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Elsewhere on Thursday:-- Fiscal illusions: student loans.-- A man with a mission.-- Ray Dalio goes to Burning Man.-- Estimating the productivity of schooling.-- New Yorker fact-checkers win employee status.-- The professional politics of the austerity debate.-- Pork shortages must not spoil the party.-- Old messages, new memes.-- Utopia, abandoned. Copyright The Financial Times Limited 2019. All rights reserved. You may share using our article tools. Please don't cut articles from and redistribute by email or

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