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January 24, 2005

Featured discussion now complete

Our featured discussion on judicial elections and selections, which has been running the better part of two weeks, has now wrapped up. I'd like to thank Alex Tabarrok and David Rottman for their contributions and insights. If you haven't checked it out, read the full discussion here.

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