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- “Who Elected Donald Trump?,” Free Thoughts Podcast
Subsidizing political campaigns is a poor use of taxpayer money.
Labor market and cultural disruptions—including those that result from import competition—are real. They are important. But pretending that there was a better trade policy choice than liberalization is just manifestly misguided.
In search of a stable equilibrium for content moderation on social media sites.
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