American homes today are triple the size they were in the 1950s. And with more space has come more stuff. But a growing number of advocates say it is time to simplify. The lure of the minimalist lifestyle – and what it could mean for our health and happiness.
The British are voting in one of the closest elections in decades: How immigration, deficits, a gaffe and the first televised debates in the nation’s history will reshape U.K. politics.
- Jacob Weisberg chairman and editor-in-chief of The Slate Group. He recently spent several days on assignment for the Guardian covering the UK election.
- John Burns chief foreign correspondent of "The New York Times"
- Edward Luce Washington bureau chief, "Financial Times"
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