Whether probing the intricacies of sex change operations, the effectiveness of child car seats, or what really motivates people to do good, the Illustrated edition of SuperFreakonomics – by Steven D. Levitt and Stephen J. Dubner – employs photographs, drawings, and graphs that will lead readers to see the world in a bold, fresh way.
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