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1. By the Book with Knausgaard (NYT). 2. But what about the sex? 3. A very useful web site for tracing the Simon vs. Ehrlich bet, in various forms and over various time horizons, recommended. 4. Does Ireland’s story still make sense?  Does anyone’s? 5. The history of “And then they came for me…” 6. […] The post Saturday assorted links appeared first on Marginal REVOLUTION.
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