The Economics Behind Grandma’s Tuna Casseroles 

Explaining the food of yesteryear doesn’t require exotic theories about culture and politics. It mostly requires understanding the economics of food production and distribution, and the path dependence of culinary choices. The past is indeed another country, and like every country, it had its own cuisine that made the most of local resources.

– Megan McArdle

Not so shocking that people unashamed to bargain in the shadow of a government shutdown would also threaten their own party’s coalition.

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