Some people equate crowds with mindless mobs. But financial journalist James Surowiecki says large groups of people are often smarter than an elite few. He explains how collective wisdom shapes business, economies, societies, and nations.

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  • James Surowiecki Staff writer of "The Financial Page" for the "New Yorker."

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