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Here’s a line from near the beginning of this excellent essay in the New York Times by Martin Seligman and John Tierney [2]:

What best distinguishes our species is an ability that scientists are just beginning to appreciate: We contemplate the future. Our singular foresight created civilization and sustains society.

Nicolás Maloberti is motivated to write about motivated reasoning [3].

David Bier writes about Sen. Ron Johnson’s (R-WI) bill to improve immigration policy [4].

George Will uses an idea from the late William Baumol to diagnose U.S. health-care policy [5].

FEE offers this excellent excerpt from Ludwig von Mises’s 1944 book, Bureaucracy [6].

My former GMU student Ninos Malek explains how to make economics interesting by revealing its full relevance [7].

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