Thursday, June 17, 2010

Thursday items.

The WSJ editorializes against capital controls in Asia.

David Goldman thinks small businesses are in trouble.

John Tamny predicts foreign blowback on U.S. companies for BP's treatment.

Michael Barone says spending cutters are popular with voters.

WSJ editorialists discuss the Fed’s easy money policy.

The McKinsey journal analyzes growth in Africa.

From the archive, here's Jude Wanniski on poverty in Africa.

Fiscal Times argues growth isn't enough to eliminate deficits.

At NRO's Corner, Andrew Stuttaford hopes Germany will abandon the euro.

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