The economics of everyday life

by Henry on March 2, 2004

“Tim Dunlop”: tells us about another signal contribution to the “David Bernstein school”: of revealed preference theory.

bq. It’s hard to take Keith Windschuttle seriously when he says things like this, apparently without irony:

bq. “In other words, since the ’60s the great majority of Aboriginal people have voted with their feet in favour of integration with white Australia.”

bq. Same way I used to vote with my fork and eat my Brussels sprouts when told I couldn’t eat anything else for the night if I didn’t.

(minor corrections and reformatting of original)

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theCoach 03.02.04 at 9:57 pm

you need to fix the nesting of quotes. As it is layed out it is misleading.

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