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Business Conditions Monthly
Robert Hughes

March 2020 Business Conditions Monthly

AIER’s Leading Indicators Index remains close to neutral; COVID-19 threatens the outlook. Extreme caution is warranted.

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Employment report
Robert Hughes

Labor Market Shows Broad Strength Prior to COVID-19 Outbreak

The U.S labor market had strong momentum prior to the outbreak of COVID-19, however the severity of disruptions to economic activity is still unknown. Extreme caution is warranted.

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Joakim Book

Of Course Capitalism Can Save Nature

Various schemes have turned rhinos and other scenic African animals from victims of the tragedy of the commons to valuable commodities that hunters and farmers and former poachers sustain, in no small part thanks to ecotourism.

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Max Gulker

Warren Got Specific, and Everything Fell Apart

Her approach took the centrist consensus of the last couple generations to a logical limit only a lawyer could find and ended up with something not that far from Sanders’ socialism.

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Arthur Diamond

Entrepreneur Couney Brought Incubators to the Preemies

One of Couney’s early stations was at the 1901 Buffalo World’s Fair. Also on display was an early X-ray machine whose inventor would soon win the first physics Nobel Prize.

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Phillip W. Magness

What the 1619 Project’s Critics Get Wrong about Lincoln

Since its publication last August, the New York Times’ 1619 Project has come under a barrage of withering critiques. Historians took it to task for exaggerating the role of slavery as a motivating factor behind the Revolutionary War, while economists quickly dissected its empirically suspect…

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