Best quality in the comments!

If you have time, try reading not only this post from Mark Thoma at Economist's View, but all the comments below it. It's rare for a blog to have so many comments and of such consistent high quality. They genuinely add a major contribution to the discussion, and hardly any of them are sniping at each other.

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