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The Economist, August 8, 2009

The Economist, August 8, 2009
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Illiberal politics: America's unjust sex laws
An ever harsher approach is doing more harm than good, but it is being copied around the world.

Redesigning Europe's biggest economy: Unbalanced Germany
Europe's champion is justly proud of its exporters. It also needs to worry about markets closer to home.

Britain's energy crisis: How long till the lights go out?
Thanks to its posturing politicians, Britain will soon start to run out of electricity. What should it do?

Regulating executive compensation: Pay and politics
So far, Congress is taking a surprisingly sensible approach to the problem of pay.

Generic drugs and competition: Something rotten
Regulators should put a stop to tactics that delay the introduction of generic drugs.

Islam and heresy: Where freedom is still at stake
Wanted: Islam's Voltaire.

Big drug firms embrace generics: Friends for life
Big pharmaceutical firms are learning to love their erstwhile enemies, makers of generic drugs.

Offshore private banking: Bourne to survive
Despite the woes of UBS, Swiss private banking remains in reasonable shape.

A link between wealth and breeding: The best of all possible worlds?
It was once a rule of demography that people have fewer children as their countries get richer. That rule no longer holds true.

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