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Friday Highlights: Manuel Hinds says China’s ghost cities epitomize the problem with printing money Paul Krugman-style

Politics and Government
George Gilder discussedKnowledge and Power on the Larry Parks show
George Gilder discusses Knowledge and Power on The Kudlow Report. 

Monetary Reform
In Quartz, Manuel Hinds saysChina’s ghost cities epitomize the problem with printing money Paul Krugman-style.
On Gulf News, Mark Harrison discusseshow the classical gold standard balances trade.
At The WSJ, David Wessel reportson choosing Bernanke’s successor.
From The WSJ,  Peter Nicholas and Jon Hilsenrath revealthe shortlist of potential Bernanke successors.
In, John Tamny writesthe stock-market correction is sowing the seeds of stock market boom.
On, Nathan Lewis believesfor suggesting an end to QE,
The Fed is stuck with QE.
At, Ralph Benko prescribesthe perfect antidote to Nouriel Roubini.
From TGSN, Ralph Benko presentsSir Robert Bruce Cotton’s speech on alteration of coin.

On The WSJ, Peggy Noonan saysmedia should cover the IRS, not cover for it. 

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