(7)The moral and natural-rights issue is not who is "important," but who is the proper owner of a resource. It seems to me that "importance" is subjective, and
(18)... I just advocate a realistic view of the nature of the problem, and how the two are linked. ... It's much easier than the land issue. A lot of what is
(4)... You haven't been keeping up with Game of Thrones...? ... There's a precedent. ... It actually kinda makes sense. IIRC, Saudi Arabia is technically all the
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(12)Also http://www.economist.com/news/briefing/21647622-land-centre-pre-industrial-economy-has-returned-constraint-growth from this week ...
(10)Post it here! W
(3)Sorry for posting the same message twice! I wasn't sure if the post was getting through to the list! Sorry 'bout that! Venlige hilsener, Morten Blaabjerg Tlf
(11)Sticking with money, here's something on quantitative easing from today's Boston Globe by Harvard's Kenneth Rogoff (which I confess I mostly didn't
(8)David Reed (I gather this is from you, David) writes: Obviously ,the UK and England particularly, are a long way behind the US where Ed describes a much more
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