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From this week's Freakonomics: "I used 3,872 words of Winston Churchill’s in the book. And that cost me £950, which is roughly 40 cents a word."
Why do Hall of Fame inductees, Oscar winners, and Nobel laureates outlive their peers?
Levitt and Dubner answer your questions about driving, sneezing, and ladies’ nights. Plus a remembrance of Levitt’s sister Linda.
Dubner's childhood home goes from sacred to profane -- and then back again.
College, at its best, is about learning to think. Stephen Dubner chats up three of his former professors who made the magic happen.
There are enough management consultants these days to form a small nation. But what do they actually do? And does it work?
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