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The articles on our weekend reading list.
Image Credit: Wit & Delight

Image Credit: Wit & Delight

There are so many smart thoughts around the web this week—here are a few of our favorites. 

The threat Trump poses: “What we are witnessing is nothing less than an assault on the fundamentals of the country itself: on our legacy institutions and our sense of protocol, decency and honesty.” (The New York Times)

How to invest in both purpose and profit: “Where we invest financially is one of the most direct and simple ways we can contribute to values-based positive change in the world.” (The Good Trade)

Amelia Earhart on preferring her maiden name professionally: “But I think women in aviation should have the same privileges as women who write, and my husband doesn’t mind. For social purposes, I think Putnam’s a grand name, though.” (The New York Times)

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