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Heather Hurlburt (New America) and Daniel Drezner (PostEverything, The Ideas Industry)

On Drezburt, Heather and Dan pay tribute to the late Harold Ramis, then critique Nicholas Kristof’s recent column accusing academics of being out of touch. Next, they praise Rosa Brooks’s manifesto against Sheryl Sandberg’s Lean In. In the work/life balance debate, should obsessive parenting get more criticism? Heather and Dan analyze the proposed smaller Pentagon budget that would drastically shrink the size of the Army. Plus: Why Ukraine will muddle through.

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Drezburt | Feb 26, 2014 | Heather Hurlburt & Daniel Drezner

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