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Time Magazine 27, April 2009


Американский еженедельный журнал со штаб-квартирой в Нью-Йорке. При тираже около 3,4 млн экз. в 2007 году является самым популярным журналом в США. Фирменный формат журнала предусматривал несколько десятков статей, в сжатой форме резюмирующих наиболее важные темы недели в области внутренней и внешней политики, бизнеса, образования, науки, медицины, права, религии, спорта, книгоиздания и искусства.

The New Frugality: How Americans Are Cutting Back (The Well / Cover Story)
The Great Recession is transforming how we spend, whom we trust, where we save and what we really value
Web Exclusive  American Thrift: A TIME Poll
TIME asked 1,000 Americans how they're feeling, where they're scrimping and what they see in the road ahead

How to Raise the Standard in America's Schools (The Well / Nation)
Our students are falling behind their counterparts in the rest of the world, threatening the U.S.'s economic future. Why national education standards are the only way to fix the system

Arne Duncan: The Apostle of Reform (The Well / Nation)
Education Secretary Arne Duncan on why he favors school choice and believes kids should spend more time in class

Joel Stein Contemplates Circumcision (For His Son)
Whoa! Not for me — for my unborn son. My family's debate over the unkindest cut

No Surrender to Somali Pirate Thugs (Commentary / Viewpoint)
Obama should continue to treat Somali pirates as military foes rather than as quaint Captain Hooks

Postcard from Barcelona
In a nation where creditors traditionally embarrass debtors into paying up, a proposed law could end the humiliation. Final notice for Spain's costumed debt collectors

South Africa Looks for A Leader (The Well / World)
Fifteen years after Nelson Mandela's thrilling election, South Africa is preparing for another vote. This time, there's less to cheer
Web Exclusive  South Africa, Fifteen Years On
Photographer Benedicte Kurzen explores the state of the nation — from the wealthy malls of Johannesburg to the mud huts of the Eastern Cape — as South Africa approaches a critical national election

American Thrift
In our continuing effort to make sense of the new economy, we look at how Americans are cutting back--and looking ahead

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Tags: внешней, политики, бизнеса, внутренней, области, Nation, Barcelona, ISouth, Postcard, Commentary