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    • Kids These Days

    • Human Capital and the Making of Millennials
    • By: Malcolm Harris
    • Narrated by: Will Collyer
    • Length: 7 hrs and 29 mins
    • Unabridged
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    Everyone knows "what's wrong with millennials". Glenn Beck says we've been ruined by "participation trophies". Simon Sinek says we have low self-esteem. An Australian millionaire says millennials could all afford homes if we'd just give up avocado toast. Thanks, millionaire. This millennial is here to prove them all wrong.

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    • The time to read this book has already been stolen from you

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    • Color Correction

    • By: Malcolm Harris
    • Narrated by: C. James Moore
    • Length: 10 mins
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    What you see is only what you see.

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    • Mom's Invisible Hand

    • By: Malcolm Harris
    • Narrated by: Derek Shetterly
    • Length: 10 mins
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    In the mid-eighteenth century, Scottish philosopher Adam Smith told a story about markets and goods and people, one that has become the dominant narrative about human nature, as well as the structuring principle for our daily interactions. Society is made up of self-interested individuals, he argued, and through markets these individuals make collective life possible.

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    • Our Fancy Foods, Ourselves

    • By: Malcolm Harris
    • Narrated by: Matt Josdal
    • Length: 31 mins
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    Three days at the world's greatest assemblage of exotic, expensive, absurd, and occasionally delicious snacks.

    "Our Fancy Foods, Ourselves" is from vox.com, published on July 13, 2016.

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