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  • Why Adam Smith Would Have Been a Baseball Fan

    Why Adam Smith Would Have Been a Baseball Fan0

    There is no evidence, as far as I know, that Adam Smith ever heard of the game of baseball (for the record, ChatGPT considers it “highly unlikely”). Nonetheless, the two were, broadly speaking, contemporaries and compatriots. The first game of which a record exists was played in Surrey, England in 1749, only a year after Smith began

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  • The Incandescent Ban and the Lie of LED Efficiency

    The Incandescent Ban and the Lie of LED Efficiency0

    It happened as I went to grab a new package of baby wipes from under the sink. I flipped on my bathroom light, and I noticed something strange—one of my three mirror light bulbs began flickering and ultimately settled at a barely luminous dim setting. My LED light went out. The problem is, I changed

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  • Why Corporate Feminism Supports Abortion

    Why Corporate Feminism Supports Abortion0

    The enthusiasm of corporations around abortion rights recalls Karl Marx’s beliefs in The Communist Manifesto: The “bourgeoisie,” or the economic elite in industrialized societies, “has torn away from the family its sentimental veil and has reduced the family relation to a mere money relation.” In other words, capitalism is the bane of family life. While Marx

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