Thursday, July 22, 2010

Thursday items.

Three Senate Democrats favor extending all the Bush tax cuts, as does Fed Chairman Bernanke.

WSJ editorialists comment.

John Tamny convincingly argues that the unstable dollar is central to the economy's troubles.

Larry Kudlow sees the Fed's dollar management as a major problem.

Don Boudreaux quotes a book that argues monetary nationalism is a curse.

Steve Forbes advocates a free-market reform agenda.

From May, James Pethokoukis suggests growth is the best way to pay down the debt.

The Daily Beast runs a pro-spending manifesto.

Keynesian Kenneth Rogoff opposes additional spending.

Distressed, Paul Krugman responds.

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