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June 02, 2005

A Worrisome Trend...

That makes three graduate students in the past three days who have asked me if they might borrow a book from me, because "all the good books are checked out of the library and recall doesn't work."

So far this week I am down:

  1. Robert Bates (1984), Markets and States in Tropical Africa (Berkeley: University of California Press: 0520052293).
  2. Francois Furet (1999), The Passing of an Illusion (Chicago: University of Chicago: 0226273407).
  3. Paul Blustein (2005), And the Money Kept Rolling in (and Out): Wall Street, the IMF, and the Bankrupting of Argentina (New York: PublicAffairs: 1586482459).
  4. Iain M. Banks (2004), The Algebraist (London: Orbit: 1841491551).

Posted by DeLong at June 2, 2005 11:42 AM