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Elsewhere on Thursday,— Setser: capital is no longer flowing uphill.— Drezner: is the system constraining Trump?— The great Chinese inequality turnaround.— A call for a new “politics of hating Mondays, and demanding a four-day work week in return”.— Payday loans are bad, what happens when they disappear might be worse.— It’s a novel idea, but what if the internet is good for culture rather than bad?— Are you a complacent member of the global liberal elite? Take this quiz and find out!— Related: humpback whales are plotting a global takeover and complacent liberal scientists are pretending they don’t know what’s going on.— Student writes about 200 year-old unratified constitutional amendment, gets a ‘C’ on his paper and the amendment finally placed into law.— Beware the false temptations of the Russia story.— Further, further reading. Copyright The Financial Times Limited 2017. All rights reserved. You may share using our article tools. Please don't cut articles from and redistribute by email or post to the web.

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