Monday, November 3, 2008

Stuff I've Read Today

WSJ pays homage to McCain.
WSJ's Noonan analyzes the election.
WSJ: state's voting patterns depend on states' economic indicators.
WSJ: ECB recommends more public spending.
WSJ: consumption is down, but saving is up.
WSJ on campaign contributions.
The Economist supports Obama, but thinks "voting for him is a risk."
The Economist on falling consumption in the US.
Sowell criticizes Obama (HT Mankiw).
Mankiw on tax hike bets on Intrade.
Perry on the fall of the ethanol industry, squeezed between higher costs and lower revenues.
Sorman on the challenges ahead for the US (in French).

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