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Freakonomic genius

5 May 2014 By Martin Hutchinson

Chicago’s Gary Becker, dead at 83, first gave arguments against discrimination quantitative heft, then applied a certain clear-eyed logic to crime, family structure and “rotten kids.” Critics found his theories dehumanizing, but his insights are still influencing social policy.

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