A Word About Vying for that Iron Throne

I don't care for HBO or any of its shows, especially Game of Thrones (due to the over-the-top content). However, the thinky-thinky discussions the series has generated, are, admittedly, intriguing.

Consider this observation from an Auburn University economist:

“The game of thrones in general is a game of cronyism because it’s all about forming political alliances, especially with people who can make you better off economically speaking."

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