The only recourse we have against bad ideas is to resist the seduction of the ‘obvious,’ be skeptical of promised miracles, question the evidence, be patient with complexity, and honest about what we know and what we can know.

The only recourse we have against bad ideas is to resist the seduction of the ‘obvious,’ be skeptical of promised miracles, question the evidence, be patient with complexity, and honest about what we know and what we can know.

— From ‘Good economics for hard times’

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