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For their feedback and support, I am enormously grateful to my fellow contributors to this volume from the Adam Smith Fellowship research collo- quia; to Virgil Storr, Peter Boettke, and Chris Coyne; as well as Peter Lipsey and the tireless administrative team at Mercatus. I extend heartfelt thanks to my colleagues at the Department of Political Economy, King’s College London, and especially Mark Pennington, Aris Trantidis, Emily Skarbek, and Matias Petersen for commenting on drafts of this paper.

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