Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Midweek Link Dump

. Wednesday, September 29, 2010

I've been trying to stay away from links posts, just because. But I've got full tabs and not enough time to blog about most of this stuff, so here you are.

-- A Cato symposium on James Scott (famous for Seeing Like a State) that includes, erm, James Scott. Respondents include Brad DeLong, Don Boudreaux, and Timothy Lee.

-- Paul Krugman and Robin Wells on the slump and the way out. Also Howard Kurtz on Krugman.

-- An argument that China will not revalue the yuan under almost any circumstances. I'm not entirely convinced, but some useful stuff in there.

-- The "most underappreciated general in U.S. history" was an ancestor of mine, and won a decisive battle during the Revolutionary War about 15 miles from where I now sit, in Hillsborough, NC.

-- A classic from DeLong on understanding Marx.

-- A classic from Bowie and the Arcade Fire, "Wake Up". Good morning:

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