by Sasha Issenberg
September 16, 2012 Political campaigning is increasingly driven by data. Journalist Sasha Issenberg says voter outreach has shifted from a precinct-centered game to one focused on individuals' behavior. In his new book, The Victory Lab, he says the smallest changes in tactic have had the biggest impact on politics.
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July 31, 2007 How did raw fish go from a Japanese oddity to American fast food? Two new books trace the delicacy's history, environmental impact and future. Sushi experts discuss how the dish has been incorporated into American cuisine.
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