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Criticizing Your Own Side

(May 15, 2012 05:19 PM, by Arnold Kling) Mark Thoma thinks that pundits on the left are more willing to criticize their own team than pundits on the right. My guess is that people on the right think it's the other way around. If so, then let me... (0 COMMENTS)
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An Answer?

Business & Finance / Economics : Economist's View (7 years ago)

I asked a question at the end of this post. Arnold Kling answers: Mark Thoma's Question, by Arnold Kling: He asks, how do you explain the large run up in, say, agricultural commodities which cannot be left "in the ground"... Read Post

Why are Pundits on the Left More Willing to Criticize Their Own Team?

Business & Finance / Economics : Economist's View (3 years ago)

Why is the left so much more willing than the right to criticize members of its own team when they mis-step? There seems to be far more people on the left criticizing Obama than Republicans criticizing Bush, especially when it... Read Post

Demand for skills falling?

Business & Finance : Angry Bear (2 years ago)

Re-posted from Economist’s View, Mark Thoma points to Arnold Kling 'Is the Demand for Skill Falling?' who points to this this NBER paper: Is the Demand for Skill Falling?, by Arnold Kling: Paul Beaudry, David A. Green, and Benjamin ... Read Post

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