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Editor’s Picks: August 23rd 2021

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A selection of three essential articles read aloud from the latest issue of The Economist. This week: the fiasco in Afghanistan is a grave blow to America’s reputation, Bartleby asks whether you should work (a little) on your holiday (10:00) and, 700 years on, how Dante can still help people find hope amid adversity (15:40)

 

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Alex Jones – 2021-Aug-22, Sunday

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