A detailed anthropological study of a now-defunct, agricultural town where Jimmy Carter, a Nobel Peace Prize winner and the 39th U.S. President lived as a young boy, is in the process of being completed.
The buffer zone between freedom of the press and federal jurisdiction has been a delicate issue, often setting the precedent for government transparency, civil rights advocacy and the ability of average citizens to engage in the democratic process.
The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), the world’s largest and oldest publisher of civil engineering information, report card on American Infrastructure for 2013 offers a bleak insight on the U.S.’s crumbling foundation.
There are first world problems and third world problems. Differences in the quality of life among the world’s countries often influence the way individuals prioritize these problems. But often, first world society finds itself relying on third world solutions and the retail industry is no exception.