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For the "young people" -- who, I understand, have an aversion to watching old black-and-white movies -- the picture, above, is of Charles Laughton playing Quasimodo in "The Hunchback of Notre Dame" (1939), the movie based on Victor Hugo's novel.

Richard Ebeling

Completely off topic, but hoping for a little help. Do you have any recommendations for pieces arguing against Karl Polanyi's The Great Transformation? I would greatly appreciate the help.

A picture pun. How clever!

Hume: you might try the Hejeebu and McCloskey piece in Critical Review circa 1999 - it's a pretty effective critique

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