Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Stuff I've Read Today

WSJ on the increase in marginal tax rates for low income workers implicit in Obama's tax plan.
WSJ on Dow's all-time record gain.
WSJ: Kimmitt on the risks of protectionism.
WSJ: Kansas City Fed's Hoenig says financial institutions need to do their part.
WSJ on Kashkari's update on the bailout plan.
WSJ: Treasury to buy stakes in banks.
Posner and Becker on ignoring signs of a coming crisis.
Cowen: the world didn't end.
Cowen on the Treasury as a compulsory shareholder.
Kling proposes a "Bank Telethon": lend a hand and help a banker.
Dubner on campaign money and the media.

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