Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Stuff I've Read Today

WSJ: Democrats defend handouts for Detroit automakers, Republicans react.
WSJ: Paulson says new bailouts are unlikely.
WSJ: SEC charges Mark Cuban with insider trading.
WSJ: Citi job cuts.
NYT: no BlackBerry for Obama (HT McArdle).
Kling's metaphors for financial reform.
Cowen on the solution to a liquidity trap.
Sorman on the two Latin Americas (in French).

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