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NOTE

I thank the participants of the 2015-2016 Adam Smith Fellowship research program for their helpful comments on previous drafts. I also thank Peter Boettke, Christopher Coyne, and Virgil Storr for insightful comments, scholarly advice, mentorship, and support during this process. I would also like to thank the Mercatus Center for generously funding and facilitating this edited volume. Any remaining errors are my own.

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