Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Tuesday round up.

Stanford's Ronald McKinnon defends China on the yuan.

Historian and Econoclasts author Brian Domitrovic debunks What's the Matter with Kansas?

Louis Woodhill predicts a double dip recession.

John Tamny suggests New York defaulting on its debt wouldn't be bad.

Brian Wesbury analyzes the June employment report.

Don Boudreaux rebuts the claim that manufacturing is declining.

David Brooks thinks demand side economics is washed up.

Paul Krugman disagrees.

Progressive Michael Lind argues the American people want more spending.

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