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1. Wikipedia edits are becoming more neutral and less partisan over time.  Ideological polarization does not seem to be ruling in that space. 2. Is it possible that the Paris Accord accelerates climate change?  Beware the phase-in! 3. I applaud the interview subject for demonstrating so clearly that macroeconomics is not a science (NYT). 4. […] The post Tuesday assorted links appeared first on Marginal REVOLUTION.
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