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Elsewhere on Monday,— We need to talk about Bannon’s Jacuzzi bathtub being “covered in acid”.— Zucman: how to stop the steroidal tax havenry of the Republican border adjustment tax proposal.— Setser: Getting Puerto Rico’s fiscal baseline right.— Damodaran: “bad” companies are “good” investments.— “Do immigrants import their economic destiny“.— Don’t cry for Preet Bharara.— The world if everyone in Europe got to secede.— Crowdfunding healthcare probably not as good as plain old statefunding healthcare.— Feel free to keep using Signal and WhatsApp, the CIA didn’t break them.— Schwarzenegger will be back (and in the Senate, maybe).— In praise of Quinoa.— Further, further reading.

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Elsewhere on Monday,

— We need to talk about Bannon’s Jacuzzi bathtub being “covered in acid”.

— Zucman: how to stop the steroidal tax havenry of the Republican border adjustment tax proposal.

— Setser: Getting Puerto Rico’s fiscal baseline right.

— Damodaran: “bad” companies are “good” investments.

— “Do immigrants import their economic destiny“.

— Don’t cry for Preet Bharara.

— The world if everyone in Europe got to secede.

Crowdfunding healthcare probably not as good as plain old statefunding healthcare.

— Feel free to keep using Signal and WhatsApp, the CIA didn’t break them.

— Schwarzenegger will be back (and in the Senate, maybe).

— In praise of Quinoa.

— Further, further reading.

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Kadhim Shubber
He is a freelance journalist who first bought bitcoins so that he could buy a beer at The Pembury Tavern, Hackney’s bitcoin pub. He has reported for Slate, Wired, The Daily Telegraph, The Sunday Times and Ampp3d. He is currently studying for a Masters in Journalism at City University London.

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