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"The Lingering Stain Of Slavery"

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Stephen Mihm studies it at length:

In 2002, two economic historians, Stanley Engerman and Kenneth Sokoloff, published an influential paper that tried to answer a vexing question: why are some countries in the Americas defined by far more extreme and enduring levels of inequality—and by extension, limited social mobility and economic underdevelopment—than others?

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A Double Negative

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Ivan Kreilkamp entertainingly tears down the practice of titling polemics “Against [X]“:

The crankily oppositional intellectual journal N+1 has made a regular diet of “Against [X]” in the past decade: …

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God In The Hands Of American Sinners

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In an interview about his new book, Our Great Big American God, Matthew Paul Turner dissects the problems with an all-too-Americanized God, our habit of “affecting, reimagining, shaping, and changing God’s story”: 660 more words

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Nature's Premium 7x12 Greenhouse Snap together Connections

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Dogs vs Cats: The Great Debate, Ctd

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Henri Cole cites Rilke’s thoughts on the age-old divide:

Look at the dogs: their confident and admiring attitude is such that some of them appear to have renounced the oldest traditions of dogdom in order to worship our own customs and even our foibles.

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A Founder Left Behind By The Left

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Christian Parenti advises liberals to look to Alexander Hamilton for inspiration, not Thomas Jefferson. He especially praises Hamilton for his far-reaching economic insights: 314 more words

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