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Aeon J. Skoble - 1/26/2005
That's terrific. Good exposure both for the blog generally, and for that post particularly, which I remember thinking was terrific the first time around.
Keith Halderman - 1/25/2005
Very nice, good job.
David Timothy Beito - 1/24/2005
Congrats for Radley and all the rest of us. L and P is on the move!
Steven Horwitz - 1/24/2005
Nice Radley! A good article and a nice hit for you and L&P. Congrats.
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