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SuperFreakonomics by Steven D. Levitt
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Apr 11, 2012

really liked it
Read from April 11 to September 09, 2012

Excellent. Eye opening statistics and enjoyable at the same time.

As a professional financial advisor who truly enjoys economics, this book naturally appealed to me. But I think even folks who don't study economics will find this book fun, interesting and smart.

As a mother of 2-year-old triplets and a kindergartener, I long for our legislators to read the chapter on car seats. It is such a pain in the rear to fit all the seats in the car and to remove/install seats every time we switch cars and they are so expensive that buying 8 car seats - so that we don't have to switch seats in and out of cars - seems like an extravagance...all this effort and not much to show for it in terms of safety...


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