USDR Newsstand: What We are Reading

By Kelly Leung, AssociateEditor, USDR.

Our periodical feature of what our editors, contributors, and readersare recommending.

Want to end mass incarceration? Stop blindly reelecting your local prosecutor–  Some prosecuting attorneys easily win reelection. This says a lot about the criminal justice system, the political system, and why voters don’t hold attorneys accountable.  Source:

Don’t go to college!– Has college become a scam? An economist says there’s little evidence that college students are paid more than non-college graduates.  Source:

The candidate with a plan for “free” university education– Vermont senator, Bernie Sanders, who recently announced his run for presidency, claims that the US can offer free college tuition just like Germany, Denmark, and Sweden.  Source:

The most predictable disaster in the history of the human race– A pandemic disease is “the most predictable disaster in the history of the human race.” It was Ebola in 2014 and the bird flu could be next.  Source:

FIFA officials arrested, face U.S. corruption charges– The U.S. becomes involved in the Swiss investigation of World Cup bidding.

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