Month: February 2012

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McArdle outdoes herself in a column entitled (and I swear this is not a parody unless someone hacked the Atlantic site) “Are the Rich Completely Undeserving of Sympathy?” Um, yes. McArdle speaks for those silenced by the leftist conspiracy–rich people with declining Wall Street bonuses who might have to move out of their 5 million […]

The Bottom Line

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On February 29, 2012

Mitt Romney, the luckiest man on the face of the earth: Rick Santorum is the latest Romney opponent who has failed in almost every way a candidate can fail. He has raised little money, put together no

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A particularly interesting section of Brian Tamanaha’s forthcoming book details the many ways in which less well-off law students end up subsidizing the education and eventually the careers of their better-off classmates. This is a function of the many ways the current structure of legal education in America reinforces and indeed intensifies class stratification. Consider: […]

Simulating!

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On February 29, 2012

This week’s WPR column is about wargaming and simulation, with a focus on last week’s Patterson School crisis sim: War games have played a role in operational and strategic training for a

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