Monday, January 30, 2012

What I missed in 2011

Each January I write a post about a topic from the previous year I missed writing about, as can be seen here and here.

In June 2011 I posted about conducting an intellectual Turing test to see if I understand left-wing and Keynesian economics well enough to blend in with the real ones. I contacted some friends and acquaintances for help. Joshua Zelinsky of Religion, Sets, and Politics was kind of enough to draft the questions in a timely manner, but after a lot of hounding only three people submitted answers to mix in with my own. Others agreed to and I was foolishly holding out for them.

I was hoping for another set of answers, but I am finally publishing the four sets I have instead of letting this go dormant another day. The questions and answers are available in a single post and I will reveal who was who in a week. I turned off the comments in that post for the benefit of future readers.

For the next post in this series, click here.

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