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I work at that messy and important place where science and politics collide. From that place, this newsletter seeks to accomplish several things. First, it is a place where I can share directly data, analysis and opinion unfiltered and not gatekept. I’ve been attacked by the White House, investigated by Congress, targeted by a billionaire and seen my share of mean tweets. But I also have academic tenure, and I use it. Second, this is where I try out arguments and present work-in-progress. My work and writing benefits enormously from the responses of the extended peer-review community. Thank you for engaging. Finally, doing my work out in public helps me to identify where and how it can best contribute to important policy debates. I won’t get everything right, but thanks to your help, the ideas presented here can always get better.

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