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Author: Scott Lemieux

Holmes v. Berman

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On October 28, 2005
While Paul Krugman has turned out to be very effective, I've always thought the academic who could be a really exceptional op-ed columnist (or blogger, for that matter) is Stephen Holmes. In addition to his theory scholarship, he's written a less specialized book (with Cass...

The Day the Music Died

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On October 27, 2005
I remember a co-blogger saying that, when buying a crappy $250 stereo, one should not get a multi-disc one--too many moving parts. Well, he was certainly right about that; I was hoping the thing would give me another year, but not only will it not...

More On Health Care And Markets

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On October 26, 2005
Another good point by Ezra:So don't get angry at Wal-Mart; they're doing exactly what the market demands. Get angry at lawmakers. Health care simply does not allow the job market to function correctly. Employees can't change jobs for fear of losing benefits, employers can't hire...
Amanda finds the following statement from a Professor of Conservative Just-So-Stories:A woman who deploys a typically male sense of humor--—one that's aggressive or competitive--—is a turnoff to men, says Don Nilsen, a linguistics professor at Arizona State University in Tempe and an expert on humor....
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