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Reasonable Doubt

Train Yourself to Be Less Naive

Trust is innate, but knowing when to withhold it is a skill that takes some practice

Illustration by Keith Rankin

WWhen Rachel Botsman was five years old, her parents discovered that the family’s nanny, who’d come with stellar references, was actually one of London’s biggest drug dealers. They had no idea about her side hustle —…




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