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Summary:
Elsewhere on Tuesday...-- December’s repo markets could get dicey-- How the Democrats became the party of monopoly and corruption-- Three signals that the new music industry has arrived-- Is the ECB pricing investors out of the primary market?-- Where the recession never ended-- Experimental music and the end of the world-- Young Africa on its way to the old continent-- Making bank from subprime-- China’s nurses become capital allocators -- Land law and British investment-- Monitoring the monitors-- The impact of the printing press on growth-- Big tech’s Yes Men soothe each other’s nerves-- Donald Trump Jr gets heckled on campus...by the right-- Limewire: an oral history-- Labour share and US inequality-- Song of the day: Gillian Welch -- Everything Is Free

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