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Watch Our Fake Presidential Candidate's First Real Ad
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The Candidate Is Fake; The Consultants Are Real
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Two More Policies Economists Love And Politicians Hate
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A Tax Plan That Economists Love (And Politicians Hate)
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Why Don't More Unemployed Spaniards Get Jobs In Germany?
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Hans Hover has one foot in Germany, and one in the Netherlands. Robert Smith/NPR hide caption

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The Building That's In Two Countries At Once
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Does New York City Need More Taxis?
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