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Setting aside the question of whether or not a “clerisy” exists in economic or environmental policy (although I’ve heard from a lot of people who believe that just such a “clerisy” exists in both foreign and domestic economic policy, and that it plays precisely the same role there that the “foreign policy community” does), what […]
The injunction, critical to the 2003 debate over the invasion of Iraq, that we ought to treat with the BEST arguments of either side rather than the worst was critical to my own opposition to the war. In the months preceding the Iraq War there were tremendously bad anti-war arguments coming from some elements of […]
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