A sign spotted on a $4 million home in Cambridge, Mass, by Max Grinnell
The Baffler,  November 3, 2014

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A sign spotted on a $4 million home in Cambridge, Mass, by Max Grinnell
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• This sign that Max Grinnell spotted in Cambridge, Massachusetts (home of The Baffler) says a lot about the changes brewing in our fair city.

• “We will elect a whole platoon of empty, defeated men to the Senate on Tuesday, and then, two years from now, we will search out another company of hollow heroes to champion our righteous rage.” – On the eve of election day, Thomas Frank returns home to rediscover what’s the matter with Kansas.

• Meaningless Forbes headline of the day: “Why Purpose-Driven Innovation Trumps All.”

• Today in Labor Strikes: firefighters in the UK, train conductors in Germany, airport staff in Israel, taxi drivers in India, and mass transit in Philadelphia.

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