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After a long history of civil war and corruption, many Liberians didn't trust their government's attempts to control Ebola. John Moore/Getty Images hide caption

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Don't Panic! What We Can Learn From Chaos

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Radio Replay: Don't Panic!

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A messy life can be a well-lived life, according to author and economist Tim Harford. PeopleImages/Getty Images hide caption

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You 2.0: Why Disorder May Be Good For Us

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In Praise Of Mess: Why Disorder May Be Good For Us

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