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Monthly Archives: January 2012

Last January, I wrote in this post about how Mubarak’s hold on Egypt was lost, in part, due to food riots, riots over the rising prices of food.  The problem was that the government in Egypt, to placate its citizens, had created programs to keep food prices down, at least to some, creating “program addiction,” a […]

While a bit late for celebrating Martin Luther King’s Birthday, though it is still Monday by my clock, here is a short article by my graduate school mate, Randy Holcombe, of Florida State.  During the war in Iraq and the war in Afghanistan, some thoughtful observers noted that African Americans paid a disproportionate  price in […]

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