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Monday items: Benko on Ibn Khaldun; Laperriere critiques the Fed; Romney on his tax cut plan.

From Forbes, Ralph Benko revisits the sage wisdom of Arab historian Ibn Khaldun.

In The WSJ, Andy Laperriere highlights the negative effects of the Fed’s quantitative easing and zero interest rate policy.

At The American, James Pethokoukis reports a study that rebuts claims that inequality caused the financial crisis, instead linking the mortgage crisis to central bank error.

On The Kudlow Report, Mitt Romney discusses the economy and his tax cut plan:

From Bloomberg, Amity Shlaes argues Milton Friedman would disapprove of Ben Bernanke’s policies.

In Forbes, Louis Woodhill recommends Kansas reform its tax code.

At The American, James Pethokoukis suggests all tax rates may rise if the President is reelected.

On Kudlow, Steve Forbes sounds positive about Romney:

In Forbes, John Tamny highlights economics lessons from the film Undefeated.

From last month in The Washington Post, Dylan Matthews explains Modern Monetary Theory.

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