The Christian Science Monitor Weekly – June 18, 2012  Degree of doubt

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Undervalued and overpriced, the beleaguered bachelor’s degree is losing its edge as the hallmark of an educated, readily employable American.  By Lee Lawrence

INSIDE this week’s Monitor:

  • Sustainability:  How three global megacities are coping with megastresses
  • US Economy :  How real are recession rumors?
  • Difference-makers:  Families helping families in need
  • Briefing:  How America’s views of marijuana are changing
  • Battle over e-books in the library
  • In Pictures:  Delightful Chaos

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