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Some books that have been prohibited by prisons: -"Where’s Waldo?" -"Ulysses" -"The New Jim Crow" -a book of lunar maps -"Freakonomics" -manuals for Dungeons & Dragons -Barack Obama’s "Dreams From My Father" and "The Audacity of Hope"

Some books that have been prohibited by prisons: -"Where’s Waldo?" -"Ulysses" -"The New Jim Crow" -a book of lunar maps -"Freakonomics" -manuals for Dungeons & Dragons -Barack Obama’s "Dreams From My Father" and "The Audacity of Hope"

“Why Does Tipping Still Exist?” by @freakonomics 

We’re grateful to our listeners who keep "Freakonomics Radio" strong. We’ve been around for almost 10 years, and @Spotify  checked in to find out how we work to make sure you (and we) don’t get bored.

Freakonomics: Why Does Tipping Still Exist?

Hey @Freakonomics  fans - time to watch our episode with Stephen J. Dubner and @jaltucher  - and @neiltyson  of course

#10yrsago Sustainable Energy Without the Hot Air: the Freakonomics of conservation, climate and energy

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Steve Levitt asked Freakonomics Radio listeners which math subjects they use in their daily lives. The results? + Calculus: 2% + Trigonometry: 2% + Geometry: 4%

Steve Levitt asked Freakonomics Radio listeners which math subjects they use in their daily lives. The results? + Calculus: 2% + Trigonometry: 2% + Geometry: 4%

Brilliant how @Spotify  Saved the Music Industry (But Not Necessarily Musicians) @Freakonomics  Radio with @eldsjal 

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We believe in the intrinsic value of all human life and even if abortion somehow reduces crime, it's still still not moral to kill babies in abortions. Freakonomics was a false then and it's still false now.

Stephen Dubner Talks 'Freakonomics' -- and How He Became an Accidental Entrepreneur | by @joekeohane 

"The True Story of the Gender Pay Gap.” Harvard prof on Freakonomics radio.

We the Sheeple: A New Freakonomics Podcast. Politicians tell voters what they want to hear, even when it makes no sense

Freakonomics: Venezuela. The highest inflation rate in the world. 1 year and 8 months ->

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