Monday assorted links

1. Haitian kidnappings and state capacity libertarianism.

2. The curious career of Typhoid Mary.

3. Jonathan Schulz and others collect data on what people want from their autonomous vehicles.

4. “We find that requiring professionals to release prescription information to patients resulted in a 13% reduction in the wages of optometrists.

5. How the pandemic doom loop can work in bad-case scenarios.

6. Vote for Canada’s national lichen.


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