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October 07, 2008

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You're right, Rationalitate, but he was making the argument that sugar tends to be a cleaner, more efficient fuel than ethanol. Also, you can harvest the sugar from Brazil and produce the ethanol. Not so with corn.

Tim: As I wrote on my blog, Truth on the Market, I think Tyler is pretty far off base with this one. See http://www.truthonthemarket.com/2009/04/28/what-does-tyler-know-about-law-and-economics-anyway/

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