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The Hidden Utility of Ron Paul’s Balanced-Budget Plan: View
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American voters are adept at sending mixed messages to elected officials. None are as confusing as the signals from the heartland over how to fix the federal budget.
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A Winning Bet on Exiting the Euro: The Ticker
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Oh Brother. What Did Perry Really Mean?: The Ticker
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Social Security's Good News, Bad News: The Ticker
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As Kaldor’s Facts Fall, Occupy Wall Street Rises: Peter Orszag
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In Economics 101, students learn that the share of national income received by labor stays roughly constant with the share received by capital. This is the first of “Kaldor’s stylized facts,” articulated half a century ago by the Cambridge economist Nicholas Kaldor.
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A Winning Bet on Exiting the Euro: The Ticker
By Mark Whitehouse Comments
Simon Wolfson, chief executive of British retailer Next Plc., has decided to play his part in deciding the fate of the European experiment. With much fanfare, he has offered a prize of 250,000 pounds to the economist who can find an orderly way for a country (read Greece) to exit the euro area.
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In Brazil, A Tale of Two Strikes: Dom Phillips
By Dom Phillips Comments
Brazilian unions conducted two strikes that ended in October, with very different results. Bank workers came out smiling with a generous deal. Postal workers lost a court decision, humiliatingly, in what commentators called their union's worst result in 15 years. The different outcomes said a lot about modern Brazil.
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Harrisburg, Paris of my Youth, Hits the Skids: Margaret Carlson
By Margaret Carlson Comments
What a jolt. The city council of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, my hometown, voted last week to file for bankruptcy. The state may prohibit the move, opting to force the city into receivership instead. Either way, it’s quite a comedown; Harrisburg has joined the list of casualties of fiscal crisis and economic transformation.
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Light Bulb Saga Illuminates New Republicans: Margaret Carlson
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A Bad Quarter at Goldman May Lead to a Good Buy: The Ticker
By William D. Cohan Comments
No one would expect Lloyd Blankfein, the chairman and chief executive officer  of Goldman Sachs Group. Inc., to start making wholesale strategic changes to his firm based on his lousy third-quarter results.
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“We pay into Social Security and it makes me mad when it is called an entitlement. We put the money in trust. It's not our fault that the government can't manage it.”
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Bad Math Hurts Herman Cain’s Good Tax Intentions: Ramesh Ponnuru
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The Hidden Utility of Ron Paul’s Balanced-Budget Plan: View
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As Kaldor’s Facts Fall, Occupy Wall Street Rises: Peter Orszag
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U.S. Shouldn’t Ignore Iran’s Speedboat Threat: Jeffrey Goldberg
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Oh Brother. What Did Perry Really Mean?: The Ticker
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Medicare Data Will Delight and Horrify: The Ticker
By George Anders Comments
One of the best bargains in the U.S. is Medicare, the government-funded health insurance program for the elderly. During a visit yesterday with Bloomberg View, U.S. Representative Jim Cooper argued that citizens would be shocked if they knew how far their Medicare tax dollars go.
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The Hidden Utility of Ron Paul’s Balanced-Budget Plan: View
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France’s Socialists Are Getting Realistic on Europe Economic Crisis: View
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Harrisburg, Paris of my Youth, Hits the Skids: Margaret Carlson
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Horwitz: John Brown, the Antislavery Entrepreneur (P. 3)
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U.S. Shouldn’t Ignore Iran’s Speedboat Threat: Jeffrey Goldberg
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Bad Math Hurts Herman Cain’s Good Tax Intentions: Ramesh Ponnuru
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Romney, Perry Find Cain’s 9-9-9 Plan Isn’t So Simple: Ron Klain
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John Brown, the Antislavery Entrepreneur (Part 2): Tony Horwitz
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Obama Team’s Al-Awlaki Memo Furthered Bush Legacy: Noah Feldman
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