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Warsh on Mayer and Koch
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David Warsh calls Jane Mayer's New Yorker piece "unconvincing in her characterizations of the Mercatus Center as little more than a cat's paw for the wealthy and conservative Koch brothers, of Wichita, Kansas, and Manhattan."

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David Warsh on the Nanny State
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The economics columnist David Warsh, who is a friend of mine, has a column criticizing as too right-wing an Economist survey on government power that I thought was too left-wing. The best part of the Warsh column is the beginning:

I'm as susceptible as the next guy to lashing out at the nanny state. The jigging around of Daylight Savings Time over the last twenty-five years is my latest peeve. For a quarter-century after 1962, DST (what the British call Summer Time) began the last Sunday in April and ended the last Sunday in October. For the next fifteen years, it began the first Sunday in April. Now we move our clocks ahead the second Sunday in March and don't set them back until the first Sunday in November. Europe waits until the end of March.

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Warsh on Mayer and Koch
futureofcapitalism.com

David Warsh calls Jane Mayer's New Yorker piece "unconvincing in her characterizations of the Mercatus Center as little more than a cat's paw for the wealthy and conservative Koch brothers, of Wichita, Kansas, and Manhattan."

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David Warsh on the Nanny State
futureofcapitalism.com

The economics columnist David Warsh, who is a friend of mine, has a column criticizing as too right-wing an Economist survey on government power that I thought was too left-wing. The best part of the Warsh column is the beginning:

I'm as susceptible as the next guy to lashing out at the nanny state. The jigging around of Daylight Savings Time over the last twenty-five years is my latest peeve. For a quarter-century after 1962, DST (what the British call Summer Time) began the last Sunday in April and ended the last Sunday in October. For the next fifteen years, it began the first Sunday in April. Now we move our clocks ahead the second Sunday in March and don't set them back until the first Sunday in November. Europe waits until the end of March.

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