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September 01, 2013


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Kim Krawiec

Harford’s piece on Ostrom and Hardin is really interesting. I must be getting old, because it seems like just yesterday she won the Nobel prize – can’t believe it was actually 2009.


I'm really frustrated with this oblique description of Hardin's writing. Why not tell people how he wanted to change the world?

He wanted fewer brown people.

Orin Kerr

Interesting links, thanks.

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