In the picture above, I'm wearing the actual poker hat that Frank Knight wore when he worked on articles. Here' the tale of how that came to be. In the Spring of 2002, I was teaching a microeconomics class to a group of students at the Naval Postgraduate School. It was a good group and a good class. The textbook we used, by the way, was Steven Landsburg's Micro text. It was excellent. At the end of the quarter, one of the students, Tom Verry, who had obviously enjoyed the class, came by to see me. He told me that his great uncle had been an economist. I had heard stories about someone's uncle or cousin being an economist and I always asked where and who, and typically didn't recognize the name of the
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