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Hey Adam,

Two points. First, Alex Tabarrok has a fairly persuasive (to me) post (http://www.marginalrevolution.com/marginalrevolution/2008/01/wining-about-ne.html) questioning whether the wine study really adds much to our understanding. Second, I noted J. Easterbrook's opinion, and while his analysis seems sound within the narrow legal question he was trying to resolve, but many of the statements he made regarding placebo seemed uninformed and questionable, IMO.

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