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The Darwinian Science Behind the Burnout Generation

A runaway competition for social status that can’t be won puts us all in a killer race to the bottom

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InIn his book, The Darwin Economy: Liberty, Competition, and the Common Good, economist Robert H. Frank makes the bold assertion that in 100 years, economists will cite Charles Darwin — not Adam Smith — as the…




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