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A compilation of news stories about the Mason Law community


A snapshot of selected OCTOBER 2013 news and activities:

IN THE HEADLINES

Richmond Times-Dispatch
Professor Ilya Somin's new book, Democracy and Political Ignorance, is the subject of an article written by Richmond Times-Dispatch senior editorial writer and columnist A. Barton Hinkle.
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Reuters
In a Reuters Opinion article about the increasingly strained relationship between Tea Party conservatives and Republican regulars, columnist Reihan Salam cites research by Professor David Schleicher that suggests ways to make voters more aware of the positions of political candidates.
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The Manila Times
Professor Ilya Somin's new book, Democracy and Political Ignorance, is cited in an article appearing in The Manila Times.
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Cato Unbound
Professor Ilya Somin is the author of the lead essay in an online debate appearing in Cato Unbound on the topic, "Is Smaller Government Smarter Government?" Response essayists are Heather Gerken, Jeffrey Friedman, and Sean Trende.
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Reuters
On October 8, Reuters columnist Jack Shafer published a review of Professor Ilya Somin's new book, Democracy and Political Ignorance.
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Los Angeles Daily Journal/San Francisco Daily Journal
An excerpt of Professor Ilya Somin's new book, Democracy and Political Ignorance: Why Smaller Government Is Smarter, appeared in both the Los Angeles Daily Journal and the San Francisco Daily Journal newspapers on October 4.
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City Journal
Professor David Schleicher's work was cited in an article dealing with the high cost of housing in New York City and what some of the solutions to that problem might be.
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Forbes
In an op-ed appearing in Forbes, Professor Ilya Somin discusses why much of the public is ignorant of the reasons behind this week's shutdown of the federal government and offers a suggestion for countering this ignorance.
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