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Society versus science in decision dilemmas

Heartland: It is easier to assess an individual's net benefit of a medical treatment than in making judgments for society about environmental practices.

Mon, 28 Aug 2017

Everybody trying to budget, calculate opportunity costs or make a career decision knows the challenges of trying to decide what to do for the best.

Parents know it, too. When the "terrible two-year-old" throws a tantrum in public do you give in for peace or hold out but see the impact on the

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