Some Links

by Don Boudreaux on November 10, 2010

in Balance of Payments, History, Hubris and humility, Man of System, Monetary Policy, Politics, Trade

Alvaro Vargas Llosa wisely and eloquently warns us against stealth protectionism.

My colleague Walter Williams wisely and eloquently warns against the idiocy of trade-deficit hysteria.

EconLog’s Arnold Kling wisely and eloquently warns against technocracy.

Speaking of EconLog, that blog’s Bryan Caplan wisely and eloquently slaps down some modern-day Maoists.  (Who knew that such people still exist?)

Bob Higgs shares his wise and eloquent notes on QE2.

And I record the debate between my inner realist and my inner Pollyanna.


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