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Originally posted on The Long Run:
by Bishnupriya Gupta (University of Warwick and CAGE) The full paper of this blog post was published by The Economic History Review and it is available here  Official of the East India Company riding in an Indian procession, watercolour on paper, c. 1825–30; in the Victoria and Albert Museum, London. Available…

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Originally posted on STOP THESE THINGS:
The fishermen who work off America’s Atlantic coast, are furious over plans to spear thousands of industrial wind turbines into their fishing grounds, destroying not only the seabed (the source of their income and prosperity), but wrecking their fishing grounds, forever. Trawlermen off the New Jersey coast have already…

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Originally posted on Knowledge Problem:
Lynne Kiesling So now we at least know something direct from the horse’s mouth about Lance Armstrong’s use of performance-enhancing drugs before and during his long run of commanding Tour de France performances. In addition to the interview with Oprah Winfrey, this CBS 60 Minutes segment and this Cycling News…

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Originally posted on Knowledge Problem:
How can an 18th-century Scottish philosopher and economist help us understand the digital economy and our modern, hyper-connected world? That’s a question I’m tackling in a series of three essays at libertarianism.org. Digital technologies have increased our connectedness in profound ways. In the first essay I examine how Smith’s ideas…

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Originally posted on International Liberty:
My collection of liberals who are honest on the issue of gun control is expanding. In 2012, I shared some important observations from Jeffrey Goldberg, a left-leaning writer for The Atlantic. In his column, he basically admitted his side was wrong about gun control. Then, in 2013, I wrote about a column by Justin Cronin…

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Originally posted on Iowa Climate Science Education:
From The GWPF? Original story at The Australian Electric vehicles in Australia?s eastern states are responsible for more carbon dioxide emissions than regular petrol vehicles, according to an expert report that warns Labor?s green cars policy would require up to $7 billion in upgrades and installation of recharging…

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