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February 2018

Henderson on Economic Inequality
2018/02/20, David Henderson
Comments (1)
There's no success like failure
2018/02/20, Scott Sumner
Comments (0)
Against Argumentative Definitions: The Case of Feminism
2018/02/20, Bryan Caplan
Comments (7)
Italian elections update
2018/02/20, Alberto Mingardi
Comments (0)
I LOVE the Olympics
2018/02/19, David Henderson
Comments (9)
Will Trump reverse Obama's H-4 program?
2018/02/19, Scott Sumner
Comments (9)
Speech at Webber International University in Florida
2018/02/19, David Henderson
Comments (2)
Is Education Worth It? My Opening Statement for the Caplan-Hanushek Debate
2018/02/19, Bryan Caplan
Comments (12)
Posner and Weyl on Sponsoring Immigrants
2018/02/18, David Henderson
Comments (15)
Never reason from an interest rate spread
2018/02/18, Scott Sumner
Comments (4)
Hurray for the Imminent End of Polio
2018/02/17, David Henderson
Comments (2)
Henderson and Furman on Kudlow
2018/02/16, David Henderson
Comments (1)
Question for Scott
2018/02/16, Bryan Caplan
Comments (11)
Please, don't experiment with monetary policy
2018/02/16, Scott Sumner
Comments (13)
The Tragedy of Modern Academia
2018/02/15, David Henderson
Comments (13)
Beach Critiques The Case Against Education
2018/02/15, Bryan Caplan
Comments (6)
Why are non-whites so libertarian?
2018/02/15, Scott Sumner
Comments (24)
Perspective on Yellen
2018/02/15, David Henderson
Comments (5)
Why Bryan Caplan Won His Gasoline Bet
2018/02/14, David Henderson
Comments (20)
The Case Against Education: The EconTalk Podcast
2018/02/14, Bryan Caplan
Comments (4)
Searching for the Individual
2018/02/14, Contributing Guest
Comments (4)
I Win My Long-Run Gas Price Bet
2018/02/14, Bryan Caplan
Comments (11)
Caligula's Wish
2018/02/13, David Henderson
Comments (9)
NYU Interview + AEI Debate
2018/02/13, Bryan Caplan
Comments (3)
Is Paul Krugman now too conservative for our textbooks?
2018/02/13, Scott Sumner
Comments (33)
Economics Everywhere Even in Sports
2018/02/12, David Henderson
Comments (8)
Me in the Los Angeles Times
2018/02/12, Bryan Caplan
Comments (10)
The Tea Party is Dead
2018/02/11, David Henderson
Comments (17)
Don't use monetary policy to boost wages
2018/02/11, Scott Sumner
Comments (20)
We're Number 17
2018/02/10, David Henderson
Comments (11)
What would a scientific cigarette policy look like?
2018/02/09, Scott Sumner
Comments (27)
Oxfam or Oxgov?
2018/02/09, David Henderson
Comments (14)
A Safe Harbor on the Dark Side of Democracy
2018/02/09, Contributing Guest
Comments (7)
RIP Nick Phillipson
2018/02/09, Alberto Mingardi
Comments (0)
Richer than Rockefeller?
2018/02/08, David Henderson
Comments (19)
Charlie Brown and the GOP
2018/02/07, Scott Sumner
Comments (25)
Compliance Costs of Federal Income Taxes Are Over 1 percent of GDP
2018/02/07, David Henderson
Comments (8)
An Awkward College Question
2018/02/07, Bryan Caplan
Comments (28)
Beckworth interviews Neel Kashkari
2018/02/06, Scott Sumner
Comments (14)
Male Uber Drivers Earn More and It's Not Due to Discrimination
2018/02/06, David Henderson
Comments (24)
Learning Transfer in Athletics
2018/02/06, Bryan Caplan
Comments (10)
Me at NYU
2018/02/06, Bryan Caplan
Comments (1)
Henderson on BBC Newsday
2018/02/05, David Henderson
Comments (4)
Southern Blacks Voted With Their Feet
2018/02/05, David Henderson
Comments (12)
David Balan Reviews The Case Against Education
2018/02/05, Bryan Caplan
Comments (14)
The National Review on Immigration
2018/02/04, Scott Sumner
Comments (28)
An Immigration Puzzle Solved
2018/02/04, David Henderson
Comments (3)
Liberty in David Hume: A Controversy
2018/02/04, Contributing Guest
Comments (1)
Could Driverless Trucks Create More Trucking Jobs?
2018/02/03, David Henderson
Comments (18)
Good News on the Economy
2018/02/02, David Henderson
Comments (7)
Monetary policy: The view from the markets
2018/02/02, Scott Sumner
Comments (0)
I Win My Recession Bet
2018/02/02, Bryan Caplan
Comments (11)
Government Innumeracy
2018/02/01, David Henderson
Comments (8)
Reflections on Carey at Cato
2018/02/01, Bryan Caplan
Comments (10)
Further thoughts on Friedman's Presidential address
2018/02/01, Scott Sumner
Comments (1)

January 2018

Merton Miller Was Principled on Principal and Interest
2018/01/31, David Henderson
Comments (1)
A Bad Solution to Very Real Problems
2018/01/31, Contributing Guest
Comments (4)
Henderson versus Caplan on Responding to Bored Students
2018/01/31, David Henderson
Comments (9)
Paul Peterson on Compulsory Schooling and His Best Teacher
2018/01/30, David Henderson
Comments (3)
What My University President Says
2018/01/30, Bryan Caplan
Comments (0)
My Interview with The Chronicle of Higher Education
2018/01/30, Bryan Caplan
Comments (5)
Free the Jesuit Slaves!
2018/01/30, David Henderson
Comments (2)
My Cato Talk
2018/01/30, Bryan Caplan
Comments (1)
A dilemma for libertarians: Should central banks be strong or weak?
2018/01/29, Scott Sumner
Comments (16)
Confessions of a Voc-Tech Teacher
2018/01/29, Bryan Caplan
Comments (4)
A Frequent Confusion and the Yo-Yo Economic Model
2018/01/29, Contributing Guest
Comments (9)
Kling on Rules for Life
2018/01/28, David Henderson
Comments (2)
Nebraskans are protected by the 4th amendment
2018/01/28, Scott Sumner
Comments (15)
The Economics of Canada's Coming Marijuana Legalization
2018/01/27, David Henderson
Comments (1)
Henderson on Monopsony Power in Labor Markets
2018/01/27, David Henderson
Comments (5)
Two Comments on Coy
2018/01/26, Bryan Caplan
Comments (4)
Bullseye!
2018/01/26, Scott Sumner
Comments (9)
Burger King Has It Its Way
2018/01/26, David Henderson
Comments (18)
Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
2018/01/25, David Henderson
Comments (14)
My Interview with Princeton University Press
2018/01/25, Bryan Caplan
Comments (1)
My Interview with Murphy-Lara
2018/01/25, David Henderson
Comments (6)
Henderson Interview with John Batchelor and Larry Kudlow
2018/01/24, David Henderson
Comments (0)
Huemer on Ultra-Ineffective Altruism
2018/01/24, Bryan Caplan
Comments (18)
Alternative Money University
2018/01/24, Scott Sumner
Comments (2)
Hope for Italy? Well, hope never dies...
2018/01/24, Alberto Mingardi
Comments (0)
Tomorrow's Events
2018/01/24, Bryan Caplan
Comments (0)
Right to Work Works
2018/01/23, David Henderson
Comments (16)
We're Number 11, We're Number 11!
2018/01/23, David Henderson
Comments (7)
A Deal on Immigration is Most Unwise
2018/01/23, Bryan Caplan
Comments (12)
The Laughable, the Divine, and the Baseball Diamond
2018/01/23, Contributing Guest
Comments (5)
Henderson on Tillerson
2018/01/22, David Henderson
Comments (17)
Friedman's Presidential Address after 50 years
2018/01/22, Scott Sumner
Comments (7)
"Ice is not Nice" and the Limits of Conversation
2018/01/22, Contributing Guest
Comments (10)
Gillespie Interviews Me on The Case Against Education
2018/01/22, Bryan Caplan
Comments (0)
Elephant in the Brain on Religious Hypocrisy
2018/01/22, Bryan Caplan
Comments (10)
Secession and liberty: A reply to Pierre Lemieux
2018/01/22, Alberto Mingardi
Comments (2)
Response to a New Zealander
2018/01/21, David Henderson
Comments (30)
Hope for Italy?
2018/01/21, David Henderson
Comments (3)
Just who are those "consumers"?
2018/01/20, Scott Sumner
Comments (15)
Are the Tax Cuts and Increased Wages and Bonuses Connected?
2018/01/19, David Henderson
Comments (10)
A Golden Journey
2018/01/19, Bryan Caplan
Comments (11)
A tax by any other name . . .
2018/01/18, Scott Sumner
Comments (28)
The Big Victims of Drug Prohibition
2018/01/18, David Henderson
Comments (13)
Carillion and the reputation of privatisations
2018/01/17, Alberto Mingardi
Comments (1)
For a Free Market in Plasma
2018/01/16, David Henderson
Comments (9)
Whereof One Cannot Speak, Thereof One Must Be Silent
2018/01/16, Scott Sumner
Comments (21)
For Individual Liberty, Size Does Not Matter - or So It Seems
2018/01/16, Contributing Guest
Comments (15)
The Case Against Education vs. Libertarian Education Reform
2018/01/16, Bryan Caplan
Comments (10)
Affirmative action for drug pushers? (I say yes)
2018/01/15, Scott Sumner
Comments (15)
Hillary Clinton Was Wrong
2018/01/15, David Henderson
Comments (11)
Welcoming Prejudice
2018/01/14, David Henderson
Comments (29)
Squalor and immigration
2018/01/13, Scott Sumner
Comments (48)
Has President Trump Been Very Consequential?
2018/01/12, David Henderson
Comments (17)
But or Therefore?
2018/01/11, David Henderson
Comments (5)
Both Sides--BDS and Israel's Government--are Wrong on BDS
2018/01/11, David Henderson
Comments (5)
What do people believe about interest rates?
2018/01/11, Scott Sumner
Comments (20)
The Case Against Education at Cato
2018/01/10, Bryan Caplan
Comments (4)
The Best of Econlib: 2017 (cont.)
2018/01/10, Amy Willis
Comments (0)
Economic Freedom via Freedom of Speech
2018/01/10, David Henderson
Comments (4)
A blind spot at the New York Times
2018/01/09, Scott Sumner
Comments (29)
Henderson on Trump
2018/01/09, David Henderson
Comments (15)
Henderson on The New Tax Law
2018/01/09, David Henderson
Comments (2)
Henderson and Williams on Free to Exchange
2018/01/08, David Henderson
Comments (18)
The Political Firm
2018/01/08, Contributing Guest
Comments (10)
Jonathan Weisman's Bias
2018/01/07, David Henderson
Comments (8)
Crime and civil liberties
2018/01/07, Scott Sumner
Comments (12)
Craigslist Reduced Female Homicide Rate by Over One Sixth
2018/01/05, David Henderson
Comments (16)
The Best of Econlib: 2017 (cont.)
2018/01/05, Amy Willis
Comments (0)
Why I'm not a progressive
2018/01/05, Scott Sumner
Comments (25)
Kathleen Wynne is Wrong
2018/01/04, David Henderson
Comments (10)
If you can read one article on Italy only
2018/01/04, Alberto Mingardi
Comments (0)
Play the Hand You're Dealt
2018/01/04, David Henderson
Comments (8)
The Unintended Consequences of Drug Reimportation
2018/01/03, David Henderson
Comments (6)
We should focus on building "unaffordable" housing
2018/01/03, Scott Sumner
Comments (30)
The Best of Econlib: 2017 (cont.)
2018/01/03, Amy Willis
Comments (2)
Mea Culpa on Fourth Amendment Showdown
2018/01/02, David Henderson
Comments (11)
An Ignorant Plot?
2018/01/02, Bryan Caplan
Comments (13)
The Best of Econlib: 2017
2018/01/02, Amy Willis
Comments (0)
A digital ID for all?
2018/01/02, Alberto Mingardi
Comments (8)
Robert Murphy Helps Resolve an Economic Paradox
2018/01/01, David Henderson
Comments (17)
I Win All My Ebola Bets
2018/01/01, Bryan Caplan
Comments (13)

December 2017

The Growth of the Chinese Leviathan
2017/12/31, Contributing Guest
Comments (13)
Further thoughts on corporate income taxes
2017/12/31, Scott Sumner
Comments (13)
Money as Coined Liberty
2017/12/30, David Henderson
Comments (11)
Japan doesn't need easier money; the BOJ needs easier money
2017/12/29, Scott Sumner
Comments (1)
Tales of Chicago Workshops
2017/12/29, David Henderson
Comments (9)
Much ado about very little
2017/12/28, Scott Sumner
Comments (24)
Only the Rich
2017/12/28, Bryan Caplan
Comments (12)
Bombing Makes People Mad
2017/12/28, David Henderson
Comments (16)
Mark Steyn Agrees with Bryan Caplan on Immigration
2017/12/27, David Henderson
Comments (20)
Is QE effective? (Please don't ask)
2017/12/27, Scott Sumner
Comments (14)
Me on Education on Tucker Carlson
2017/12/27, Bryan Caplan
Comments (6)
Market Failure or Market Success?
2017/12/26, David Henderson
Comments (23)
What's Wrong With Students: A Guest Post by Dennis Fried
2017/12/26, Bryan Caplan
Comments (13)
I wish you a very neoliberal Christmas
2017/12/25, Scott Sumner
Comments (14)
Would Rogoff's Preferred Policy Reduce Liberty and Privacy?
2017/12/24, David Henderson
Comments (3)
Is Portugal's drug policy a success?
2017/12/23, Scott Sumner
Comments (23)
Christmas Gifts Made Far Away
2017/12/23, Contributing Guest
Comments (1)
My Shortrun Tax Strategy
2017/12/22, David Henderson
Comments (16)
Don't forget about opportunity cost
2017/12/22, Scott Sumner
Comments (8)
Five Thoughts About the Tax Bill
2017/12/21, David Henderson
Comments (29)
The Political Economy of Social Desirability Bias
2017/12/21, Bryan Caplan
Comments (5)
Krugman Talks Sense on Trade and Immigration
2017/12/20, David Henderson
Comments (15)
Reply to Noah on Sheepskin Effects and Collegiate Consumption
2017/12/20, Bryan Caplan
Comments (12)
A penny for your thoughts
2017/12/20, Scott Sumner
Comments (16)
Dianne Feinstein's Misunderstanding of the Mortgage Deduction
2017/12/19, David Henderson
Comments (16)
Family, Pop Culture, and the Nurture Assumption
2017/12/19, Bryan Caplan
Comments (9)
The Last Jedi and a hard-to-die fallacy
2017/12/19, Alberto Mingardi
Comments (12)
Reply to Noah on The Case Against Education
2017/12/18, Bryan Caplan
Comments (19)
Peace at a 49ers Game
2017/12/18, David Henderson
Comments (8)
Some comments on tax incidence
2017/12/18, Scott Sumner
Comments (19)
Tirole on Economics for the Common Good
2017/12/17, David Henderson
Comments (4)
Origins of the Entitlement Nightmare
2017/12/16, David Henderson
Comments (11)
Three big natural experiments
2017/12/15, Scott Sumner
Comments (23)
Rogoff on How to Deal with Emergencies Without Cash
2017/12/15, David Henderson
Comments (6)
Free Trade Agreements v Unilateral Free Trade
2017/12/15, Contributing Guest
Comments (11)
Rogoff's Alternative to the Wall
2017/12/14, David Henderson
Comments (11)
Doherty on libertarians and Bitcoin
2017/12/14, Alberto Mingardi
Comments (2)
Tyler Cowen and the Four Blind Men
2017/12/13, Scott Sumner
Comments (11)
The Truth Hurts: Public Choice and Liberty
2017/12/13, Bryan Caplan
Comments (16)
Eugene Volokh on Everything
2017/12/13, David Henderson
Comments (12)
Is Hiring Jews Evidence of anti-Semitism?
2017/12/12, David Henderson
Comments (45)
The Will of the People Meets the Man in the Moon
2017/12/12, Contributing Guest
Comments (13)
The sad paradox of free markets
2017/12/11, Alberto Mingardi
Comments (2)
Is Support for Freedom of Association Fanatical?
2017/12/11, David Henderson
Comments (24)
A Man Called Ove
2017/12/10, David Henderson
Comments (7)
What if I didn't favor NGDP targeting?
2017/12/10, Scott Sumner
Comments (4)
My Excerpt in The Atlantic
2017/12/08, Bryan Caplan
Comments (9)
Cutting Corporate Tax Rates in 2018 or 2019: It Matters
2017/12/07, David Henderson
Comments (8)
What's my core message?
2017/12/07, Scott Sumner
Comments (33)
The Shining City on a Hill: Commentary on Reagan
2017/12/07, Bryan Caplan
Comments (11)
Average Federal Tax Rates by Income Quintile
2017/12/06, David Henderson
Comments (20)
Why Addicts' Deaths Are Not a Social Cost of Opioid Consumption
2017/12/06, Contributing Guest
Comments (8)
The Unbearable Arbitrariness of Deploring
2017/12/06, Bryan Caplan
Comments (19)
What does it mean to say "The Fed did too much"?
2017/12/05, Scott Sumner
Comments (11)
The Flynn Effect vs. the Greatest Minds in History
2017/12/05, Bryan Caplan
Comments (21)
Misconceptions about taxes
2017/12/04, Scott Sumner
Comments (31)
The Inverse-Hirschman Scenario
2017/12/04, David Henderson
Comments (0)
Me in Switzerland and Germany
2017/12/04, Bryan Caplan
Comments (2)
House bill >>>>>>>>> Senate bill
2017/12/02, Scott Sumner
Comments (22)
Vladimir Kogan Replies on Sabotage
2017/12/02, David Henderson
Comments (2)
All hail Goushi Kataoka!
2017/12/01, Scott Sumner
Comments (2)
Recognizing a Unicorn When You See One
2017/12/01, Contributing Guest
Comments (6)

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Recent Comments

Comments on the six most-recent articles:
The 25 most-recent comments:

Dmitry [2018/02/20 08:07 PM, Against Argumentative Definitions: The Case of Feminism]:
Thomas is exactly right. You are using "fairly" when you should be using "b...

Chris [2018/02/20 07:29 PM, Henderson on Economic Inequality]:
Your first example is a generally positive example of our patent system at ...

James [2018/02/20 05:46 PM, Posner and Weyl on Sponsoring Immigrants]:
Instead of sponsoring an immigrant why not just swap seats. You want one to...

Adam [2018/02/20 05:13 PM, Against Argumentative Definitions: The Case of Feminism]:
Interesting, but tend to agree with Greg. "Isms" are evaluative, not descri...

Thomas [2018/02/20 05:00 PM, Against Argumentative Definitions: The Case of Feminism]:
Why "more fairly"? I think feminists believe that society generally treats...

Greg G [2018/02/20 04:52 PM, Against Argumentative Definitions: The Case of Feminism]:
Nice post Bryan. No one can possibly make the best argument for something ...

Steve [2018/02/20 04:48 PM, Against Argumentative Definitions: The Case of Feminism]:
Not sure a new definition is needed. The real distinction is between the c...

Tom Shillock [2018/02/20 04:27 PM, Is Education Worth It? My Opening Statement for the Caplan-Hanushek Debate]:
"If students really learn so little, why on earth is education so lucrative...

Ben Kennedy [2018/02/20 04:06 PM, Against Argumentative Definitions: The Case of Feminism]:
You'll just end up wrangling over the definition of "fairness". I don't th...

Hans [2018/02/20 03:30 PM, Will Trump reverse Obama's H-4 program?]:
Another perspective about the H-1B program; from the Economic Policy Instit...

Greg [2018/02/20 03:24 PM, Against Argumentative Definitions: The Case of Feminism]:
I read your Against Argumentative Definitions article, and while I agree th...

Aaron M [2018/02/20 02:07 PM, Is Education Worth It? My Opening Statement for the Caplan-Hanushek Debate]:
"most Americans know shockingly little" I know this is a ridiculous statem...

John Alcorn [2018/02/20 01:48 PM, Is Education Worth It? My Opening Statement for the Caplan-Hanushek Debate]:
@ Alan Goldhammer, I apologize for mangling your surname in my previous com...

Scott Sumner [2018/02/20 01:27 PM, Will Trump reverse Obama's H-4 program?]:
Hans, If you want to compensate all victims of bad government policies, I ...

Gallego [2018/02/20 12:34 PM, I LOVE the Olympics]:
JayT: I don't wanna argue, but why doesn't anyone else use it in that case?...

Mark [2018/02/20 12:06 PM, Posner and Weyl on Sponsoring Immigrants]:
Adding to Mattias Görgens's idea, if an employer wants to hire a foreign em...

Mark [2018/02/20 11:59 AM, Will Trump reverse Obama's H-4 program?]:
Hans, "Draw your own conclusions but I firmly believe this is nothing more...

JayT [2018/02/20 11:35 AM, I LOVE the Olympics]:
B sample was tested, & positive. CAS has already formally opened the case y...

Gallego [2018/02/20 11:24 AM, I LOVE the Olympics]:
B sample was tested, & positive. CAS has already formally opened the case y...

Eric Hanneken [2018/02/20 10:46 AM, I LOVE the Olympics]:
Was it the guy or his wife? It's the guy. I'm not sure it's confirmed, th...

John Alcorn [2018/02/20 10:35 AM, Is Education Worth It? My Opening Statement for the Caplan-Hanushek Debate]:
@ Alan Goldheimer, FYI, yesterday (Feb. 19, 10:40 a.m.), a day before you ...

Bob Murphy [2018/02/20 09:44 AM, Is Education Worth It? My Opening Statement for the Caplan-Hanushek Debate]:
An unexpected sentence: "Tragically, however, Hanushek is not our education...

David R Henderson [2018/02/20 09:27 AM, Speech at Webber International University in Florida]:
@john hare, I hope to see you there....

David R Henderson [2018/02/20 09:24 AM, I LOVE the Olympics]:
@Gallego, For example, the award ceremony is not missing, it happens later...

Trevor H [2018/02/20 08:42 AM, Will Trump reverse Obama's H-4 program?]:
In one year Trump's agenda has been to: - Vastly increase an already troubl...

The 12 most-recently-commented-on articles:

Against Argumentative Definitions: The Case of Feminism [Comments (7) ]:
    Thomas: Why "more fairly"? I think feminists believe that society generally treats...
    Adam: Interesting, but tend to agree with Greg. "Isms" are evaluative, not descri...
    Dmitry: Thomas is exactly right. You are using "fairly" when you should be using "b...

Henderson on Economic Inequality [Comments (1) ]:
    Chris: Your first example is a generally positive example of our patent system at ...

Posner and Weyl on Sponsoring Immigrants [Comments (15) ]:
    Adam: Return to indentured servitude? Suppose Sophia has a child. Does the hypo...
    Mark: Adding to Mattias Görgens's idea, if an employer wants to hire a foreign em...
    James: Instead of sponsoring an immigrant why not just swap seats. You want one to...

Is Education Worth It? My Opening Statement for the Caplan-Hanushek Debate [Comments (12) ]:
    John Alcorn: @ Alan Goldhammer, I apologize for mangling your surname in my previous com...
    Aaron M: "most Americans know shockingly little" I know this is a ridiculous statem...
    Tom Shillock: "If students really learn so little, why on earth is education so lucrative...

Will Trump reverse Obama's H-4 program? [Comments (9) ]:
    Mark: Hans, "Draw your own conclusions but I firmly believe this is nothing more...
    Scott Sumner: Hans, If you want to compensate all victims of bad government policies, I ...
    Hans: Another perspective about the H-1B program; from the Economic Policy Instit...

I LOVE the Olympics [Comments (9) ]:
    Gallego: B sample was tested, & positive. CAS has already formally opened the case y...
    JayT: B sample was tested, & positive. CAS has already formally opened the case y...
    Gallego: JayT: I don't wanna argue, but why doesn't anyone else use it in that case?...

Speech at Webber International University in Florida [Comments (2) ]:
    john hare: ~20 miles from my house. I'll try to make this one....
    David R Henderson: @john hare, I hope to see you there....

Never reason from an interest rate spread [Comments (4) ]:
    Kirill: Scott, may i ask u to be more specific about what exactly in yr opinion con...
    Scott Sumner: Alec, Yes, monetary policy is becoming more expansionary in many countries...
    Kirill: Scott, this is exactly true.. higher rates are the outcome of specific poli...

Searching for the Individual [Comments (4) ]:
    Hazel Meade: I agree about identity politics, but the proliferation of gender identity t...
    IVV: I've been thinking of two schools of thought regarding gender identity poli...
    Peter Gerdes: It's entirely possible that all you are seeing in that dataset is an effect...

Question for Scott [Comments (11) ]:
    Jacob Egner: Scott Sumners, Thomas Sewell: Thanks! I'll be sure to give those a read. ...
    Thomas Sewell: @Jacob, Thanks, but you're probably thinking of the more famous similar na...
    Jacob Egner: Thomas Sewell: You are correct...and I have a vague memory of a long time a...

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