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The Washington Post published John Smolens’ (English) review of author James Scott’s debut novel, The Kept, about a mother and her young son who embark on a quest to avenge a terrible and violent tragedy that has shattered their secluded family.

Common Sense Economics, a book co-authored by Tawni Ferrarini (Economics) has now been translated into Korean.  It explains how the economy works, what can be done to generate wealth and how to make sound economic choices and financial decisions.  “At www.CommonSenseEconomics.com, we highlight why the contrasting economic systems of North and South Korea matter to the people living in each,” she said. “The Common Sense Economics team plans on writing curriculum and producing videos focusing on why economic freedom matters to individuals who want to build wealth and help others prosper. “