Links 10/11/16

Links for you. Science:

It has been 400 years since Britain was home to beavers. Now they have returned, and they are rapidly proving their worth
There is no such thing as “free” vaccines: Why we rejected Pfizer’s donation offer of pneumonia vaccines.
How Cape Cod drinking water shaped the career of epidemiologist Ann Aschengrau
‘Biorights’ rise: Donors demand control of their samples

Other:

How Rock and Roll Became White
Dear Vladimir Putin, I Am Not Sidney Blumenthal
‘I’m British—I Don’t Understand This’: A Journalist Grapples With U.S. Gun Culture
Undecided Voters
Trump and Tomasky: Where Liberalism and Conservatism Meet
Fed-up Philly teachers jumping ship
IF YESTERDAY SHOCKED YOU, WHAT COUNTRY HAVE YOU BEEN LIVING IN ALL THESE YEARS?
Divided by meaning
Having the World’s Reserve Currency Does Not Mean the U.S. Has to Run Huge Trade Deficits
Tax Me. Please.
Some secrets are not all that dirty
“There’s a Lot of Fear” (this is why teachers need job protections and unions)
The British, the Germans and the Irish: A Look at How Traditions Survive Emigration
Economic ‘Recovery’ Feels Weak Because the Great Recession Hasn’t Really Ended
Insulin Prices Soar While Drugmakers’ Share Stays Flat

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