Aaronson on Feminism: My Reply

Here’s my point-by-point reply to Scott Aaronson’s thoughts on Don’t Be a Feminist. He’s in blockquotes, I’m not. Hi Bryan, Sorry for the delay!  I just finished reading your book.  1,251 more words

Aaronson on Feminism: My Reply

Talking Poverty With Chris Arnade

Chris Arnade is the storied author of Dignity: Seeking Respect in Back Row America. He’s also a very cool guy. Last October, we “debated” poverty for the Acton Institute, though it was really more of an… 78 more words

Talking Poverty With Chris Arnade

Introduction to Microeconomics (Lecture 12: Labor and Unions) Murray N. Rothbard

*Don’t Be a Feminist*: Highlights

The title essay of Don’t Be a Feminist: Essays on Genuine Justice is called “Don’t Be a Feminist: A Letter to My Daughter.” While the book is a thematic selection of my best EconLog essays from 2005-2022, the first piece is entirely new. 871 more words

*Don’t Be a Feminist*: Highlights

Thomas Sowell and Jordan Peterson on why Marxism is so appealing

Friedman Fundamentals: Unions And Free Market Labor

Why economists are unpopular

Fair Pay Govt drops its pretence

Should Congress Raise the Minimum Wage?: A Debate with Lee Ohanian and Daron Acemoglu

Econ101 is unsafe for socialists

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How the Labor Market Adjusts to Technological Shocks (Lessons from Hoover Boot Camp) | Ch 3

Minimum wages kill opportunity

Bryan Caplan on why most pay gaps are zero

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Systemic Racism vs. Racial Inequities | Glenn Loury & John McWhorter

One on One with Professor Walter Williams

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