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Jeffrey Tucker

Elvis Was King, Ike Was President, and 116,000 Americans Died in a Pandemic

For staying calm and treating the terrible Asian flu of 1957 as a medical problem to address with medical intelligence, rather than as an excuse to unleash Medieval-style brutality, this first postwar generation deserves our respect and admiration.

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Gerald P. Dwyer

Inflation and Coronavirus Monetary Policies

Not knowing the relationship between monetary policy and inflation is a risky way to conduct monetary policy. Maybe everything will work out fine; maybe not.

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Peter Boettke

It Is Not Our Ignorance that Will Kill Us, But Our Arrogance

Join me in collectively repeating the following — I do not know what is best for everyone to do. If we internalize that, we begin to realize that is true for everyone. This prevents us from falling prey to what Adam Smith referred to as innumerable delusions. There is no panacea to our social ills. There are social ills, but there is no one size fits all solution to it.

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Daniel Klein

Masks in Sweden

Swedes practice social distancing, but they don’t much wear masks. In the stores, on the urban streets, and on public transportation, perhaps 10 percent wear masks. Not many. Why is that?

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