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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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