Sunday, August 1, 2010

Weekend edition.

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John Tamny explains China's currency policy.

Henry Meers Jr. suggests the economy's problems stem from the unstable dollar.

David Goldman argues the Fed's potential deflation response is misguided.

The WSJ editorial board comments on the latest GDP numbers.

In The NYT, David Stockman critiques supply-side economics mixing Neo-Keynesian trade and fiscal deficit ideas with classical hard money ideas.

Meanwhile, Stockman's former boss Peter Peterson, is spending $1 billion to replace supply-side with balanced budget economics.

Conservative Keynesian Alan Greenspan denies that tax cuts can raise revenues and calls for reduced spending.

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