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Bloggers … write on topical economics of interest to them, illuminating subjects from politics and finance, to recent films and cultural observations, to history and literature.

  • Based in United States of America
  • Roughly two posts per day

Posts per month

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Posts per month
Month starting Posts
Jan 2023 77
Feb 2023 81
Mar 2023 81
Apr 2023 73
May 2023 82
Jun 2023 87
Jul 2023 80
Aug 2023 84
Sep 2023 81
Oct 2023 82
Nov 2023 83
Dec 2023 78
Jan 2024 79
Feb 2024 79
Mar 2024 83
Apr 2024 47

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Most recent posts

There Are Degrees of Disavowal
Co-blogger Pierre Lemieux writes: Whatever one thinks of the criminal prosecutions and state “civil” suits against Donald Trump (and there are good reasons to question many aspects of them), they represent the powerful state that …
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There Is Politician’s Talk and Politician’s Talk
Whatever one thinks of the criminal prosecutions and state “civil” suits against Donald Trump (and there are good reasons to question many aspects of them), they represent the powerful state that he has not disavowed, …
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Robert Hessen RIP
Economic and business historian Robert Hessen died on Monday, April 15 at age 87. I wrote some reminiscences of him on my Substack site, “I Blog to Differ.” Here I want to link to his …
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