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Fighting back against ‘Truth Decay,’ how to spend opioid settlement funds, China’s lack of friends, and more.

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We discuss why “Truth Decay” is the existential threat of our time; how to spend opioid settlement funds to save the most lives; helping veterans overcome the invisible wounds of war; why China has so few friends; and who should pay for disaster losses. For more information on this week’s episode, visit rand.org/podcast.


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