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1. Japanese self-driving chairs. 2. The mirror spider and its cloaking device. 3. Should we build a wall with Mexico?  My post from ten years ago. 4. Woman who took her husband’s appendix on a flight wanted it tested (NYT). 5. John Cochrane on EconTalk. 6. The symbolic import of trade issues for Americans. 7. […] The post Wednesday assorted links appeared first on Marginal REVOLUTION.
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