ARE YOU CONCERNED about a bodily system behaving badly? Maybe about the way an organization is being governed? Or, how a country's economy or healthcare system is evolving? Might these queries sum to one root question—Who's in control here? Recently, editor colleagues and I met with a globally diverse group of summer interns. Among the issues they raised: they and their peers don't feel they have much control over their futures.
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