$10 > $5 (Although Sometimes Some People Believe That $10 = $5)

(Don Boudreaux) Tweet Earlier today I reconnected in Dallas with my old friend Charlie Steen. Charlie was a year ahead of me in law school at UVA. He also has a PhD in economics from UVA. Charlie has practiced law in Dallas for the past twenty or so years. Charlie

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