8th November 2011
How did the argument for lower taxes and fewer regulations come back from the dead to dominate today's debate? Jared Bernstein says that the American electorate needs help connecting the dots between "what they're hearing in today's policy debates and what got us into this mess." The Atlantic
Jeremy Warner illustrates just how exposed to financial services the UK really is. In his mind this is both "impressive and scary at the same time." The Telegraph
"While those among the world's large economies with the ability to significantly increase domestic purchases are unwilling to do so, there will be substantial contractionary pressure on depressed rich economies. That dynamic will be unpleasant for countries like America and Britain. But it may well prove fatal for the euro zone." The Economist
"Do you have an old biscuit tin where you stash left over cash from foreign trips? You may want to check it for any Greek euros." Jan Boucek talks about the possibility of having Greek euros should Greece exit the eurozone. Adam Smith
A poll from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and Harvard School of Public Health finds Americans want more, not less, government involvement in health care. Washington Post
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