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(April 21, 2012 12:04 PM, by Arnold Kling) Concerning Paul Seabright's War of the Sexes, Tyler Cowen writes, Paul is a splendid writer and thinker, and of course this is a topic of importance. That is almost word-for-word Tyler's definition of self-recommending. A subset of self-recommending books are... (0 COMMENTS)
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