The Cato Institute has launched a new blog, Cato Unbound:
Each month, Cato Unbound publishes a lead essay by one of the world’s leading thinkers. Then, every other day or so, a new reaction essay by one of three commentators will appear, to be followed by a more free form discussion inspired by the initial exchange of ideas. In the spaces between, we’ll publish the best of your letters and blog posts, creating a hub for a broader conversation about our heady topics.
The first issue is off to a flying start, with Jim Buchanan proposing three amendments to the US Constitution. Incidentally, you can read yours truly on Buchanan here.
posted on 06 December 2005 by skirchner in Economics
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