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Fed’s Bernanke Faces Paul for Last Time

Texas Congressman Ron Paul quizzed Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke for the last time on Wednesday, as the 76-year-old House representative prepares to leave Capitol Hill at... Read more

Malawi Struggle Democracy Paperblog Pick in Politics

Malawi and the Struggle for Democracy

The late president of Malawi, Bingu wa Mutharika was fond of saying, Lolani ntchito za manja anga zindichitire umboni, in English, “Let the work of my hands speak for me.” These... Read more

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