Thursday, July 15, 2010

Thursday round up.

Robert Mundell believes the euro will survive.

Cato's Dan Mitchell considers the death tax's impact.

In The WSJ, Tenneco CEO Gregg Sherrill defends capitalism.

At The Weekly Standard, Gary Andres discusses deficit politics.

John Tamny reviews Sebastian Mallaby's More Money Than God.

President Obama commits to raising U.S. exports.

While Germany
enjoys its positive export position.

Fortune imagines a world without the dollar as reserve currency.

Paul Krugman argues Reaganomics did not increase government revenue.

National Review's Reihan Salam counters Sen. McConnell's view that the Bush tax cuts paid for themselves.

The liberal American Prospect suggests Republicans are dishonest about tax cuts and deficits.

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