Ritholtz's 10 Weekend Reads: Clean Coal and Slurpees
Good morning. Here are my favorite long-form articles from this week:
- Five Slumps That Shaped Modern Finance (Economist)
- Clean Coal Is the Future (Wired)
- The Germ Theory of Democracy, Dictatorship and Your Cherished Beliefs (Pacific Standard)
- Greed Is Good: A 300-Year History of a Dangerous Idea (The Atlantic)
- Krugman: Why We're in a New Gilded Age (New York Review of Books)
- How to Buy Warhol, Degas and Renoir on the Cheap (WSJ)
- Herbalife: How Lobbying Dollars Prop up Pyramid Schemes (The Verge)
- The Invention of the Slurpee (Priceonomics)
- The Crossroads of Should and Must (Medium)
- The Cube: A Surprisingly Sprightly History of the Glum Designs Behind the World of Modern Work (Book Forum)
What's up for the weekend?
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