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Inside: Female Furies; How to break up Google; Facebook and Trump collaborate on rule-rigging; NYC housing lottery favors the least-needy; Podcast: Part 8 of Someone Comes to Town, Someone Leaves Town; and more!

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NYC housing lottery favors the least-needy: The private sector cannot and will not solve the housing crisis.

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On Jul 14, my first picture book comes out! It's called Poesy the Monster Slayer and it's an epic tale of bedtime-refusal, toy-hacking and monster-hunting, illustrated by Matt Rockefeller. It's the monster book I dreamt of reading to my own daughter.

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