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Available soon:   Caplan's graphic novel

Available soon: Caplan's graphic novel

In his timely book, Caplan's non-fiction graphic novel addresses the leading objections to open borders. His goal is to be part of the solution. #1 on Amazon's New Releases chart. Publication date: October 29, 2019.

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Obama's Misleading Minimum Wage Statistics by Don Boudreaux and Liya Palagashvili Headlines

Obama's Misleading Minimum Wage Statistics by Don Boudreaux and Liya Palagashvili

In U.S. News & World Report, Professor Don Boudreaux and an Economics PhD student, Liya Palagashvili, analyze some numbers that President Obama recently cited in support of raising the minimum wage.

David Brook's article, "What Our Words Tell Us," highlights research by GMU's Dr. Daniel Klein Headlines

David Brook's article, "What Our Words Tell Us," highlights research by GMU's Dr. Daniel Klein

Daniel Klein of George Mason University has conducted one of the broadest studies with the Google search engine. He found further evidence of individualization and demoralization showing that our society has become more individualistic and less morally aware. Liberals sometimes argue that our main problems come from the top: a self-dealing elite, the oligarchic bankers. But the evidence suggests that individualism and demoralization are pervasive up and down society, and may be even more pervasive at the bottom. Liberals also sometimes talk as if our problems are fundamentally economic, and can be addressed politically, through redistribution. But maybe the root of the problem is also cultural.

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