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Reply to Scott Sumner on Global Warming

(September 8, 2014 03:17 PM, by David Henderson) Scott Sumner writes: I recall that when liberals favored lots of "command and control" regulation to address global warming, and conservatives favored a carbon tax. That was the "market solution" comparable to the market-based approach to reducing sulfur emissions from... (0 COMMENTS)
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