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New Oxford Notes: September 2012

Guaranteed Controversy

In advance of her big London Summit on Family Planning, Melinda Gates launched a campaign called "No Controversy." She may soon realize she's already knee-deep in it.

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Man-Child in the Promised Land

Video games, superhero movies, and comic-book conventions are marketed to grown men, who comprise a significant portion of consumers of such products.

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