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[BLOG] Some Thursday links

  • blogTO notes that the Toronto real estate market is now the most unaffordable of any in Canada.
  • The Big Picture shares photos of melting Antarctica.
  • Crooked Timber considers the economic benefits of open borders, and the costs.
  • Dangerous Minds shares photos of posters from Paris in 1968.
  • Lawyers, Guns and Money considers the problems of legal education in California.
  • The New APPS Blog thinks poorly of South Carolina’s Republicans.
  • Marginal Revolution wonders if China will do better than the United States at dealing with air pollution.
  • The NYRB Daily considers the collection of Neapolitan Christmas crèches.
  • Palun looks at seasonal affective disorder in northern Estonia.
  • Peter Watts wishes his readers happy holidays.
  • The Russian Demographics Blog notes the distribution of the populations of the US, Canada and Europe by latitude.
  • The Volokh Conspiracy compares concerns over Muslim immigration to opposition to Turkish membership in the EU.
  • Window on Eurasia argues populism will not lead to structural change and suggests Putin’s policies are a consequence of his fatigue.
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