'A Little History of Economics' Provides a Charming Overview of the Dismal Science

'A Little History of Economics' Provides a Charming Overview of the Dismal Science

By Sarah Boslaugh

Niall Kishtainy, writing for a general audience, provides a breezy stroll through economic thought, from Plato to Thomas Piketty. 22 Mar 2017 // 9:30 AM

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//Recent Reviews
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24 Oct 2005 // 11:00 PM

	Hauschka: The Prepared Piano

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Pop Montréal: Day 4 Featuring Oxford Collapse, Alan Astor, Holy Fuck, Subtitle, and Islands (Ex

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Ken Burns: American Lives

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24 Oct 2005 // 1:00 AM

Drawn Together

The eight house residents on Drawn Together are growing tiresome; they're always the same.

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Bookmark Now: Writing in Unreaderly Times by Kevin Smokler (editor)

To proclaim that blogging and 50 Cent constitute a new vanguard of literature strikes me as an American intellectual's version of Stockholm Syndrome.

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Tibet House's 30th Anniversary Benefit Concert Celebrated Philip Glass' 80th

// Notes from the Road

"Philip Glass, the artistic director of the Tibet House benefits, celebrated his 80th birthday at this year's annual benefit with performances from Patti Smith, Iggy Pop, Brittany Howard, Sufjan Stevens and more.

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