George Selgin dives more deeply into the interesting and revealing history of Canadian banking. Tim Worstall reports on solid evidence contra Piketty. David Bier explains that Central American immigrants to the United States assimilate quite well, thank you. John Hardin makes the sensible case that all giving to colleges should be held to the same standard. David Henderson likes John Kennan’s 1995 review of David Card’s and Alan Krueger’s 1995 book, Myth and Measurement. Randy Holcombe ponders cultural appropriation and cultural imperialism. George Will is realistic about Iran’s prospects of acquiring nuclear weapons. Arnold Kling is very thoughtful about the need for governance. Comments
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