Monday, April 27, 2020

Chris Phelan on the policy response to the pandemic

I have not blogged much about the pandemic both because I am no expert (obviously not a barrier to many other commentators, but ...) and because I am rather bored with reading about it at this point, let alone writing about it.

But I did enjoy this piece by Chris Phelan that MR linked to today. I particularly like the phrase "generational theft" and the general air of realism that pervades the piece.

I had the good fortune to study for the first-year "core" exams at Chicago with Chris back in the day.

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