USDR Newsstand: What We are Reading

By Kelly Leung, Associate  Editor, USDR.

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

Should I spend £1.45 on branded painkillers, or 19p at the supermarket?–  Although this article is from the U.K., it raises questions Americans should also consider regarding branded or generic medication. Source:

Why Intellects Hate Capitalism– This is a transcript from an interview between the Reason Foundation and the CEO of Whole Foods about why intellects despise capitalism. Source:

UN: Climate plans must go further to prevent dangerous warming– As global warming is coming more into the public eye, the UN warns that the situation could reach dangerous levels unless climate plans are taken seriously. Souce:

China’s infamous one-child policy is finally over. Here’s why.– China’s economy and population are going to see some big changes in the future since the Communist Party recently announced the end of the one-child policy. Source:

Pope Francis lines that got the most applause in historic speech– This article examines some of the Pope’s most successful moments during his speech in front of Congress on Sept 24th. Source:

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