Lawrence McQuillan | Thursday March 15, 2018 at 5:49 PM PST | Comments Off on Free Market Think Tanks, Persuasion, and Big Data
Can free market think tanks do a better job of persuading people?
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Jonathan Bean | Friday June 3, 2011 at 9:06 PM PST | 19 Comments
This week, a “God blogger” published a Wall Street Journal column highlighting the “circumcision wars” in California. The “intactivists” opposed to circumcision are up against Jews and Muslims (among others) in San Francisco. I’m betting with the latter groups. I think circumcision is barbaric and demeaning to men but it doesn’t rise to the...
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