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Gordon Tullock, Student of Society

Reprinted from the Freeman Gordon Tullock stood transfixed by an anthill outside the Center for Public Choice in Virginia. When another scholar asked him what he was doing, Tullock replied brusquely: “Research.” It must have indeed been research, because Tullock

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