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» More US Poverty Numbers from Tim Worstall
Aaaargh! They’re doing it again! At least one of these people also knows a great deal better. Mickey Kaus on extreme poverty (less than 50% of poverty level). Taken up by Brad Delong. This is, I think, a reason why [Read More]

» Pitchforks and Torches from Political Animal
PITCHFORKS AND TORCHES....Brad DeLong says something worth starting a conversation over:When I read Paul [Krugman's] call for "smart, bold populism," I am reminded of earlier calls a couple of decades ago by Milton Friedman, Marty Feldstein, and their ... [Read More]

» Funny You Should Mention That from Shoot the Ones
Delong. But when I read Pauls call for smart, bold populism, I am reminded of earlier calls a couple of decades ago by Milton Friedman, Marty Feldstein, and their ilk for smart, bold conservatism or smart, bold libertarianism. But ... [Read More]

» In Defense of Conspicuous Consumption from Economic Investigations
Let me recapitulate the recent discussion regarding the alleged pleasure (NOT utility) the rich obtain from showing the poor what they cant afford. Lyndon Johnson, Yes. William Jennings Bryan, No., Prof. DeLongs original pos... [Read More]

» Envy, Spite, And Taxation from Eli Dourado
Among econbloggers, the big kerfuffle in the last few days has been over an interesting justification for progressive taxation. Brad DeLong argues that the conspicuous consumption of the rich is a negative externality on the poor; that i... [Read More]

» Envy, Spite, And Taxation from Eli Dourado
Among econbloggers, the big kerfuffle in the last few days has been over an interesting justification for progressive taxation. Brad DeLong argues that the conspicuous consumption of the rich is a negative externality on the poor; that i... [Read More]

» War On Human Deficiencies from Left Flank
What does it mean? Concerning perceptions of income inequality in the American economy, I perceive few commnetators supplying statistics. I also perceive too many conclusions flowing from those non-existent stats. Maybe the stats alone are unreveali... [Read More]

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