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Civility Gap
Daniel Klein

WalkAway and the Civility Gap

The civility gap, it seems to me, is very real. I conclude with some comments that presuppose that leftism is terribly wrongheaded and that the civility gap is real and large.

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public school
Gregory van Kipnis

Reform the K-12 Government- School Monopoly: Economics and Facts

“The economics and facts support the logic of freeing parents to obtain private education and alternative public education for their children. To further facilitate this decision, parents should be given vouchers and credits equal to the cost of public school in their area, which they can freely use to fund their choice of better education in the private sector.” ~ Gregory van Kipnis

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Robert Hughes

Progress for Jobs Recovery May Be Slowing

ADP estimates 428,000 new jobs were created in August, which would leave the unemployment rate elevated and the path to recovery highly uncertain.

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Vincent Geloso

Vegan Butter and the History of Regulatory Capture

“At any point in time, say at present, the cost of this instrumentalization of regulatory agencies for private purposes appears minimal. After all, only an infinitesimal fraction of the economy is affected. Yet, try picturing a counterfactual America where the regulatory waltz that began in the late 19th century never actually started. How much richer would Americans be today?” ~ Vincent Geloso

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Robert Hughes

Light-Vehicle Sales Top 15-million Annualized Rate in August

Auto sales continued to rebound in August from the policy-induced record plunge during lockdowns but remain below the prior range.

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Warren Gibson

Profit and Loss and Mr. Biden

“Sound bites may be good for political harangues but they are never enough for true understanding. Dissing profits is misleading if no distinction is made between consumer-driven competitive profits and crony-capitalist ones, or if losses are overlooked.” ~ Warren C. Gibson

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