Reading Suggestion-1

Article Name: Lies, fearmongering and fables: that’s our democracy
Author Name: George Monbiot
Source: The Guardian
Category: Politics and Government

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Five Words to learn from this article:

Fearmongering: The action of deliberately arousing public fear or alarm about a particular issue.
Fiscal: A person employed to look after the passengers on a ship, aircraft, or train.
Dissonance: Lack of harmony among musical notes
Discern: Recognize or find out.
Cease: Come or bring to an end.

Reading Suggestion-2

Article Name:What makes zombies so scary? Hint: it’s not the brain-eating
Author Name: David Andrew Stoler
Source: Aeon
Category: Philosophy

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Five Words to learn from this article:

Ambivalence: The state of having mixed feelings or contradictory ideas about something or someone.
Dissertation: A long essay on a particular subject, especially one written for a university degree or diploma.
Rebellious: Showing a desire to resist authority, control, or convention.
Insatiable: (Of an appetite or desire) impossible to satisfy.
Beckon: Make a gesture with the hand, arm, or head to encourage or instruct someone to approach or follow.

Reading Suggestion-3

Article Name: More Virtuous Than We Think
Author Name: Henry J. Aaron
Source: Democracy Journal
Category:Economics

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Five Words to learn from this article:

Assertion: A confident and forceful statement of fact or belief.
Ramble: Walk for pleasure in the countryside
Paltry: (Of an amount) very small or meagre.
Pursuit: The action of pursuing someone or something.
Hedge: Limit or qualify (something) by conditions or exceptions.

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