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Parade of new blogs

The highly regarded (by us and others) AEI-Brookings Joint Center on Regulation has launched a blog which has already ranged over topics as various as bear-resistant canisters, tobacco ads in China and regulation of private schools in Pakistan (which certainly sounds different from "bringing radical madrassas under control in Bin Laden's back yard"). The Capital Research Center, known for keeping a critical eye on labor unions, environmentalists and liberal foundations, has launched a blog featuring the work of Robert Huberty, David Hogberg, and Joseph de Feo, among others. The Voluntary Trade Council, scourge of antitrust laws, has begun its own you-know-what as well. And Burton Randall Hanson, whose no-longer-published Law and Everything Else was among the first law blogs, is back with a new one he calls The Daily Judge.



Rafael Mangual
Project Manager,
Legal Policy

Manhattan Institute


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