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1. Out of prison, out of work.  I say the key point is “moral decay,” and not prison vs. video games, etc. 2. Y Combinator. 3. Ozimek update on Trump and the stock market. 4. An app for rating scientific papers. 5. The shanties culture that is Fairfax.  And Vox interviews Ed Glaeser on infrastructure. […] The post Tuesday assorted links appeared first on Marginal REVOLUTION.
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