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### Table 2. Seven-point blood glucose summary.

Data are summarized as mean (SD) unless stated; calculated using a two-tailed Student’s t-test.

BG, blood glucose; FBG, fasting blood glucose.

Mean post-prandial blood glucose values indicated improved glycemic control during treatment with Basalin, and further improvements after switching to Lantus ( Table 2 , Supplementary Figure 1 ). Seven-point blood glucose decreased at all four study time points from hospital admission to hospital discharge. Between Basalin initiation and insulin switch the reductions in mean seven-point blood glucose were significant across all seven blood glucose measurements (p<0.05). Subsequently, between insulin switch and hospital discharge, reductions in mean seven-point blood glucose values were significant (p<0.05) at all times except post-lunch and pre-dinner.

Subjects received Basalin insulin glargine for a mean duration of 10.8 (6.85) days, and during this time the mean insulin dose increased significantly from 0.19 IU/kg/day to 0.23 IU/kg/day (p<0.0001)( Table 3 ). Lantus insulin glargine was received for a mean duration of 6.6 (7.36) days; the initial mean dose was 0.24 IU/kg/day and the final dose before hospital discharge was 0.24 IU/kg/day (p=0.8720). In addition, the mean final doses of Basalin and Lantus were similar (p=0.2409).

### Table 3. Insulin doses during initial treatment with Basalin insulin glargine and after switching to Lantus.

Paired Student’s t-test; for patients receiving basal + prandial regimens.

For patients receiving prandial insulin, the mean dose of prandial insulin increased from 0.32 IU/kg/day to 0.40 IU/kg/day between the initial and final dose of Basalin (p<0.0001), and decreased from 0.41 IU/kg/day to 0.40 IU/kg/day between initial and final dose of Lantus (p<0.4830).

The 62 patients who received basal-bolus (basal insulin plus multiple daily injections of prandial insulin) therapy experienced significant reductions in FBG from initiation of Basalin to hospital discharge. Between initiation of Basalin therapy and insulin switch mean FBG decreased from 10.03 mmol/L to 8.25 mmol/L (p=0.0001), and from insulin switch to hospital discharge decreased further to 7.49 mmol/L (p=0.0217) ( Table 4 , Supplementary Figure 2 ). In this subgroup, overall glycemic control was also improved during treatment with Basalin, and continued to improve after switching to Lantus. Between initiation of Basalin and insulin switch, seven-point blood glucose reduced significantly at all seven measurements, and from insulin switch to hospital discharge decreased significantly at all measurements except post-lunch and pre- and post-dinner. The final mean doses of Basalin and Lantus were similar (0.24 [0.08] IU/kg/day vs. 0.25 [0.09] IU/kg/day; p=0.1321), and the final mean dose of prandial insulin at the last administrations of Basalin (0.4 [0.15]) and Lantus (0.4 [0.16]) were also similar (p=0.8429) ( Supplementary Table 1 ).

Second, the pre-Trump Republican Party he describes skips over the racialized politics of, for example, Richard Nixon and Ronald Reagan.

micah : Yeah, this description of the GOP seems waaaaay off:

In the years after Ronald Reagan, the Republican Party was defined by its abundance mind-set. The key Republican narratives were capitalist narratives about dynamic entrepreneurs and America’s heroic missions. The Wall Street Journal editorial page was the most important organ of conservative opinion. The party’s views on other issues, like immigration, were downstream from confidence in the abundant marketplace and the power of the American idea.

What about all the racialized law-and-order stuff?

clare.malone : My real problem with the article is that he doesn’t really prove his case.

He says at the very end of it, in a single paragraph:

Eventually, conservatives will realize: If we want to preserve conservatism, we can’t be in the same party as the clan warriors. Liberals will realize: If we want to preserve liberalism, we can’t be in the same party as the clan warriors.

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natesilver : The article also skips over the importance of “ values voters ” and the evangelical movement to the George W. Bush coalition. (And to the Reagan coalition too.)

micah : But, Nate, explain how you think the article misunderstands how parties work.

natesilver : Du. Ver. Ger’s. Law.

OK, that’s a pretty obscure reference. But its point is that party systems are heavily influenced by electoral structures.

You usually get two major parties, or maybe three, in first-past-the-post systems like the U.S. uses. Those European systems he’s talking about — where you have lots of viable parties — mostly have Vans Authentic Gum Block Checkerboard Black/White free shipping visa payment sale purchase affordable sale online buy cheap visit new mY8ZLh
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It should really be “Duverger’s reasonably reliable empirical regularity” and not “Duverger’s law,” but it’s a pretty useful heuristic.

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My question is, when does Brooks think all of this is going to happen?

That is, is this something he thinks will come down the pike in 2020 (aka, David Brooks is a stan for Kasich 2020)?

Or is this something 25 years in the future?

natesilver : It will happen once more people read his columns and join the Reasonable Center.

micah : OK, so he sorta bungles parties and bungles recent U.S. political history, but let’s talk about the force he thinks will spur a viable third party …

Isn’t his argument like: People are getting really partisan and so therefore people will break out of partisanship?

For example, in graph theory a graph G is called bipartite if it is possible to assign to each of its vertices the color black or white in such a way that every edge of G has one endpoint of each color. And for any graph to be bipartite, it is a necessary and sufficient condition that it contain no odd-length cycles . Thus, discovering whether a graph has any odd cycles tells one whether it is bipartite and conversely. A philosopher [5] might characterize this state of affairs thus: "Although the concepts of bipartiteness and absence of odd cycles differ in intension , they have identical extension . [6]

In mathematics, theorems are often stated in the form " P is true if and only if Q is true". Their proofs normally first prove sufficiency, e.g. $P⇒Q$ . Secondly, the opposite is proven, $Q⇒P$

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Because, as explained in previous section, necessity of one for the other is equivalent to sufficiency of the other for the first one, e.g. $P⇐Q$ is equivalent to $Q⇒P$ , if P is necessary and sufficient for Q , then Q is necessary and sufficient for P . We can write $P⇔Q\equiv Q⇔P$ and say that the statements " P is true if and only if Q , is true" and " Q is true if and only if P is true" are equivalent.

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