James Ledbetter

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Oct. 1 2010 3:53 PMDoes Unemployment Make Us Sick?Economists can't quite agree.
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Sept. 29 2010 12:34 PMDon't Write Off Texting-While-Driving Bans
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Sept. 28 2010 12:48 AMSouth Carolina's Pension Fund? Don't Ask a Libertarian. Don't Tell a Libertarian.
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Sept. 24 2010 1:15 PMWeekend Talking Points, Sept. 24-26
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Sept. 21 2010 4:52 PMDeath of a Salesman. Of Lots of Them, Actually.The troubling disappearance of salesmen and how it helps explain America's economic woes.
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Sept. 20 2010 11:03 AMCould We Make All College Tuition Free?
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Sept. 17 2010 7:30 AMRepublicans Create Uncertainty, Too
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Sept. 16 2010 3:08 PMSome More on Disability Insurance
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Sept. 14 2010 12:17 PMWill Live Video Make YouTube Rich?Assessing the pathway from live-streaming to big bucks.
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Sept. 13 2010 12:14 PMAmerica's Hidden Welfare ProgramSocial Security's disability insurance is expensive, destructive, and out of control.
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Sept. 10 2010 3:36 PMWeekend Talking Points, September 10-12
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Sept. 10 2010 10:04 AMFinally, Some Details About Maxine Waters' Favorite Bank
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Sept. 8 2010 12:09 PMDoes Wall Street Get to Elect Its Own Sheriff?
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Sept. 3 2010 1:45 PMWhy Is the AFL-CIO's Web Site So Bad?
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Sept. 2 2010 5:26 PMGive Us Your Tired, Your Poor. Really. We Mean It.Economists are making the case politicians are afraid to: Immigration is great for the U.S.
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Sept. 29 2010 1:32 PMKindleroticaThe strange but inevitable rise of e-reader pornography.
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Sept. 28 2010 11:42 AMThe Journal Asks Us To Weep for Literary Novelists
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Sept. 27 2010 11:35 AMRattner Is Still Defending Cash-for-Clunkers
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Sept. 23 2010 3:55 PMThe Republican Spending AddictionEven if the GOP believed in its Pledge to America, it wouldn't touch the biggest parts of the federal budget.
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Sept. 20 2010 3:53 PMYes, You Can Be a Billionaire and a Small Business—at the Same Time!
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Sept. 17 2010 9:40 AMWeekend Talking Points, Sept. 17-19
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Sept. 16 2010 4:42 PMAre You Worse Off Than You Were 10 Years Ago?
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Sept. 14 2010 2:10 PMThe Cycs Need Better Arguments
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Sept. 14 2010 12:10 PMDoes Socially Responsible Investing Perform Better in America Than in Europe?
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Sept. 12 2010 10:40 AMWould Wittgenstein Buy a Color Kindle?
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Sept. 10 2010 1:55 PMOf Course Mark Hurd Is Going To Divulge Trade Secrets. But Which Secret Is HP Afraid Of?
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Sept. 8 2010 2:03 PMCough It UpWhy do most cigarette smokers tolerate massive state tax increases?
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Sept. 8 2010 8:55 AMAmericans Are Big Babies About Taxes
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Sept. 3 2010 9:07 AMWeekend Talking Points, Labor Day Edition
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Sept. 2 2010 11:55 AMGive Us Your Tired, Your Poor, Your Huddled Masses Yearning To Strut Down the Catwalk

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