Saturday, September 13, 2008

Stuff I've Read Today

Washington Post offers an enlightening article by Hubbard & Neusneron on the Fannie & Freddie blame game (HT Mankiw).
WSJ on Fed's coming statement.
WSJ on Lehman Brothers and the Fed's discount window.
The Economist on the economic costs of crime in Mexico.
McArdle on the problem with McCain and the problem with Obama.
McArdle on what to expect (or not to expect) from stocks.
Klein on Holtz-Eakin and the (painful) truth about taxes.
Cowen on the uncertain future of North Korea.
Freakonomics on a possible economic explanation for why people vote.
Sorman (in French) on how Americans cling to the future while Europeans cling to the past.

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