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(October 18, 2016 04:56 PM, by Scott Sumner) I seem to be one of the relatively few right-of-center intellectuals that worry about global warming. In previous posts I've argued that if the GOP were smart (no jokes please) they would propose the following policy: 1. Global warming is... (0 COMMENTS)
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