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How Many States Nate Silver Is Going to Get Wrong, According to Nate Silver
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The Iffy Ethics of Making a Huge Number of Facebook Users Very, Very Slightly Sadder
The Author of How Not to Be Wrong Explains How He Was Wrong
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