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November 24, 2004

New Becker/Posner blog

According to an article on Underneath Their Robes, Nobel prize-winning economist Gary Becker and Seventh Circuit judge Richard Posner intend to start a new blog, which is certain to include many law and economics topics of interest to readers. Stay tuned for more information. (Hat tip: Howard Bashman)

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