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The Decarceration Trend for Black Americans

It’s not exactly a secret that US incarceration rates climbed dramatically in the 1990s, but have declined since then.

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End of COVID Pandemic & The Excess Deaths Measure

Throughout the COVID pandemic, there have been controversies over whether certain deaths were really because of COVID, or were due to other causes.

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The Indispensable Art Of Push Back

The principles of physics, specifically Newton’s Third Law of Motion, provide important insights into the dynamics of intellectual and societal dialogue.

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The Erosion of the Middle Class: Understanding the Role of Inflation and Government Policies

The middle class in all developed economies is disappearing through a constant process of erosion of its capacity to climb the social ladder.

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Is Artificial Intelligence A Human Amplify Or Mute Button?

Artificial Intelligence (AI) has become a transformative force in modern society, enhancing human cognition and enabling us to tackle complex global challenges.

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The Dangers of Conformity

Conformity can be defined as the act of following social norms, rules, or expectations in order to fit in or be accepted by a group.

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The Implications of Artificial Intelligence on Intellectual Property Law: A Legal Analysis

The rapid development of artificial intelligence (AI) has transformed various industries.

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