By Henry E. Dudeney, Martin Gardner
For 2 many years, self-taught mathematician Henry E. Dudeney wrote a puzzle web page, "Perplexities," for The Strand Magazine. Martin Gardner, longtime editor of Scientific American's mathematical video games column, hailed Dudeney as "England's maximum maker of puzzles," unsurpassed within the volume and caliber of his innovations. This compilation of Dudeney's long-inaccessible demanding situations attests to the puzzle-maker's reward for growing witty and compelling conundrums.
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Uential book Losing Ground argues that the welfare system has destroyed the poor’s incentives to build strong families and work histories and therefore should be abolished. Even more controversial, The Bell Curve examines the impact of intelligence on life outcomes. According to Murray and his coauthor, Richard Herrnstein, poverty and welfare use are largely the result of lower intelligence among those who inhabit its ranks. Six months prior to the symposium, Murray had written a commentary in the Wall Street Journal that was widely circulated.
Nevertheless, in the >nal analysis, poverty and its measurement involve a degree of subjectivity. That is, despite the importance of well-grounded thinking, poverty is partially in the eye of the beholder. Furthermore, although we may be able to achieve a general consensus upon a broad de>nition of poverty, as the old saying goes, the devil lies in the details. Take for example the time-honored description of poverty that was stated more than 200 years ago by Adam Smith in his treatise, Wealth of Nations (1776).