Social Media Companies Aren’t the Good Guys. They’re Also Not Monopolists. | Ryan McMaken

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Social media has lied about user privacy and has misled the public about the platforms' status as open forums. But none of this makes...

FirstFT: Today’s top stories

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FT subscribers can click here to receive FirstFT every day by email.Huawei is working on plans for a dedicated chip plant in Shanghai that...

Money Supply vs. Liquidity. What’s the Difference? | Frank Shostak

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In a market economy, a major service that money provides is that of the medium of exchange. Producers exchange their goods for money and...

Sunday assorted links – Marginal REVOLUTION

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1. “Scrutiny of this proposition through the lens of rational choice theory suggests, however, that exorcism was inferior to executions as a technology choice...

Will the US election pave the way for fresh stimulus?

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Will the US election pave the way for fresh stimulus?Investors focused on US markets have a busy week ahead: the presidential election on Tuesday...

How to Limit Social Media’s Power without Growing Government | Peter St. Onge

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Censorship by private companies is a topic that divides free marketers but has suddenly become important in the wake of Twitter and Facebook’s recent...

*Kindred: Neanderthal Life, Love, Death and Art* – Marginal REVOLUTION

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By Rebecca Wragg Sykes, an excellent book, a very responsible treatment of what we do and do not know about Neanderthals, with a bit...

US election, Fed and BoE meetings, American jobs data

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This week would be a busy one for the US even under normal circumstances. A Federal Reserve meeting, the latest jobs figures and another...

Will Democracy’s Myths Doom Liberty? | James Bovard

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If Biden is elected, we will hear the same “redemption” storyline that was trumpeted when Obama replaced (temporarily) disgraced George W. Bush. The  media...

The future of fiscal policy without traditional constraints

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The writer is chairman of Fulcrum Asset ManagementThe surge in public debt in the major advanced economies caused by the pandemic continues apace.Even on...

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