Wednesday, October 8, 2008

Stuff I've Read Today

WSJ: top economist Becker explains why we're not headed for a depression.
WSJ on the fall of the Dow.
WSJ: as the economy goes down, Obama goes up.
WSJ: Americans borrow less. Is this good or bad news?
Roberts thinks about not voting this time.
Roberts on how the bailout plan gives money to GM.
Stephenson: Bernanke acknowledges stagflation.
Perry: Liebowitz article on the causes of the mortgage meltdown.
Sachsida explains the latest case of abuse of executive power in Brazil (in Portuguese).

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