Thursday, March 24, 2011

Wednesday round up: Stoll on a split among supply-siders; Kudlow on Cantor's growth agenda; Ferrara on inflation.

At Future of Capitalism, Ira Stoll reports supply-siders are split on whether to emphasize fiscal or monetary policy.

From NRO, Larry Kudlow applauds Republican House leader Eric Cantor (VA) for rolling out a pro-growth agenda, but notes Cantor omitted the dollar from his proposal.

The Kudlow Report covers Portugal’s rejection of additional budget austerity:

At The American Spectator, Peter Ferrara worries about inflation.

On Gordon Liddy’s radio show, John Tamny discusses the dollar.

From TGSN, Ralph Benko recounts the dollar standard's three economic disorders (here, here and here).

In The WSJ, Stephen Moore reports on labor’s electoral maneuvers in Wisconsin.

On NRO radio, Douglas Irwin discusses his book on Smoot-Hawley but seems to miss Jude Wanniski’s point that the market meltdown began in 1929 due to expectation the legislation would pass.

At Minyanville, David Stockman rails against the Federal Reserve.

From 2009, Gabriel Fagan, James R. Lothian, and Paul D. McNelis find the gold standard era’s prosperity hard to beat.

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