Steven E. Landsburg

Steven E. Landsburg is the author, most recently, ofMore Sex Is Safer Sex: The Unconventional Wisdom of Economics. You can e-mail him at armchair@landsburg.com.

Everyday Economics
Aug. 3 1997 3:30 AMProperty Is TheftWhen protecting your own property is stealing from others.
Everyday Economics
May 30 1997 3:30 AMPay Scales in Black and WhiteDoes discrimination explain the differences in salaries?
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April 13 1997 3:30 AMBe Fruitful and MultiplyDo the world a favor: Have more children.
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Feb. 1 1997 3:30 AMJudge NotIt's time to knock the stuffing out of judicial featherbedding.
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Dec. 7 1996 3:30 AMTexaco's Uncompensated VictimsHow corporate discrimination hurts stockholders.
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Oct. 11 1996 3:30 AMThe Perfect TaxIf there must be taxes, at least they should be inefficient.
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Aug. 3 1996 3:30 AMKwitcherbellyachin'You--personally--can eliminate the national debt.
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June 27 1997 3:30 AMMy Personal Trade DeficitSince the Barnes & Noble opened in neighboring Pittsford, my trade deficit with that town has exploded.
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May 2 1997 3:30 AMWho Shall Inherit the Earth?Our obligation to the unborn.
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March 7 1997 3:30 AMTax the Knickers Off Your GrandchildrenIf income redistribution is such a good idea, let's make those rich future generations pay.
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Jan. 11 1997 3:30 AMGiving Your AllThe math on the back of the envelope
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Nov. 8 1996 3:30 AMPutting on HeirsHow parents decide about divvying up the loot.
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Sept. 13 1996 3:30 AMSqueal or Deal?Why the Whitewater defendants and the CIA should study economics.
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July 6 1996 3:30 AMMore Sex Is Safer SexThe economic case for promiscuity.

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