When it comes to lunch with John Kenneth Galbraith, getting there isn’t half the fun. The house where he, his elegant wife of 62 years, Kitty, and their family have spent most summers since 1947 lies atop a hill at the end of a bumpy dirt road in southern Vermont.By Anthony Wilson-Smith4 min
It used to be called “the graveyard shift.” It was the exclusive domain of security guards, custodial staff, nurses and bakers. But while our society and our culture are still geared to daytime activity, a growing number of people work around the clock in an era of global business markets.By Deirdre McMurdy4 min
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