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Robert Hughes

Cumulative Job Losses Show Labor Market Devastation

The unprecedented economic impact of the COVID-19 outbreak continues to crush the labor market and distort economic activity.


Nicolas Cachanosky

To Avoid Permanent Leviathan, People Must Reclaim their Rights

There is a risk that whatever justified measures governments are taking because of the pandemic outbreak will remain as unjustified powers once the pandemic crisis is over.


Phillip W. Magness

Imperial College Model Applied to Sweden Yields Preposterous Results

What this finding tells us about the ICL projections for the United States and United Kingdom will require additional data and code transparency from Ferguson and the rest of the original model’s architects. But the Swedish adaptation paints an underwhelming picture of its predictive ability.


Robert E. Wright

Why Didn’t the Constitution Stop This?

Once a federal court (especially SCOTUS, from which there is no appeal) declares a law unconstitutional, as SCOTUS has often done to state laws throughout US history, the political dynamic changes dramatically. States must comply or face that other side of federalism.


Edward Stringham

Lockdown-Free Sweden Had It Right, Says World Health Organization: Interview with Prof. Johan Giesecke

How and why did Sweden avoid lockdown? Below we run the transcript of an interview with Professor Johan Giesecke, M.Sc., M.D., Ph.D., the State Epidemiologist from 1995 to 2005 and a leading consultant on the Swedish model.


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