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12620086523_290bcfb3b9_qPolicy and Government

From Bloomberg, Sho Chandra says first factories showed cracks in the U.S. economy, now it’s the service sector.

At Bloomberg, Tyler Cowen is ready to give supply-side economics a second look.

In the Washington Times, Rick Berman hopes next year workers will have more to celebrate on Labor Day.

Michael Boskin contrasts Trumponomics from Clintonomics.

In the WSJ, Nicholas Eberstadt discusses the idle army in America’s labor force.


At, Brian Domitrovic writes monetary policy’s impossible trinity is neither.

At Fortune, Chris Matthews says Donald Trump is no stranger to controversial remarks— but his critique of the Fed was not one of them.