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FactCheck.org : FactChecking the #Hofstra Debate - Who was right? Who was wrong? Check out our debate fact checker now to find out! #uselections

   

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Ohio Early Voting Cleared by High Court in Obama Victory - The U.S. Supreme Court gave President Barack Obama’s campaign a legal victory in the pivotal state of Ohio today, backing early-voting rights for the weekend before the Nov. 6 election. #law #uselections #ohio

   

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Romney’s $4,000 Tax Tale Mitt Romney falsely claims in a series of TV ads that President Obama “will raise taxes on the middle class by $4,000.” That’s nonsense. The ads cite a conservative group’s study, but even the group itself doesn’t say Obama will raise taxes on middle-income taxpayers. It says his budget could result in a “potentially higher tax burden” over the next 10 years. #Romney #factcheck

   

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FactCheck.org : What’s Romney’s Plan for Preexisting Conditions? #factcheck #uspresidentialelections

   

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Go to gottavote.com to learn more about voting this year.

   

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Michael Sandel - Talk to Al Jazeera - Al Jazeera English, Michael Sandel talks to Tony Harris of Talk to Al Jazeera about justice, its meaning and its context within the Arab Spring demonstrations and protest. What is justice? From Tunisia to Egypt to Irag, youth are particularly active in this revolution, but what is it that they want? Democracy? Employment? Rights? Sandel discusses these issues and more in this interview.

   

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Book Review: What Money Can't Buy - WSJ.com, Michael J. Sandel, the Harvard political philosopher, takes a different tack in "What Money Can't Buy: The Moral Limits of Markets." He argues that while giving a present may not make much economic sense, it is perfectly sensible in terms of our cultural values. There are social ethics that have long marked the practice, maximizing sympathy, generosity, thoughtfulness and attentiveness. The optimal value, despite what the economists tell us,

   

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BBC - Podcasts - Michael Sandel: The Public Philosopher #Justice #Sandel

   

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BBC Radio 4: The Public Philosopher [Audio] - Justice with Michael Sandel

   

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BBC - Radio 4 The Public Philosopher Should we bribe people to be healthy? Questioning the morality of paying people to lose weight, quit smoking or abandon alcohol.

   

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BBC - Radio 4 The Public Philosopher Should a banker be paid more than a nurse? Harvard political philosopher Michael Sandel questions the thinking beneath controversies.

   

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BBC - Radio 4 The Public Philosopher - Should universities give preference to applicants from poor backgrounds? Harvard political philosopher Michael Sandel questions the thinking beneath controversies.

   

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Boston Review: How Markets Crowd Out Morals [Forum] - Justice with Michael Sandel

   

Image The Korea Times: Sandel Calls for Education...

The Korea Times: Sandel Calls for Education for All - Justice with Michael Sandel

   

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Sandel calls for education for all

   

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