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Monday items: Tamny on loose money; Indiviglio on low interest rates; Goldman sees continued malaise.

From Forbes, John Tamny argues the Fed’s low interest rate policy discourages saving and makes credit tight.

In The Atlantic, David Indiviglio explains the problems with extremely low interest rates.

On The Kudlow Report, David Goldman debates the economy’s direction:

At NRO, David Beckworth argues Federal Reserve policy should target nominal GDP growth.

In Forbes, Steve Forbes interviews John Mauldin about his new book on the debt crisis.

On COAL, Paul Krugman advocates independent scoring of Paul Ryan’s tax cuts.

At The WSJ, ATR President Grover Norquist discusses the spending battle:

On NRO, Kevin Williamson notes income mobility to refute Robert Reich’s attacks on the wealthy.

At The NYT Economix blog, MIT’s Nancy Folbre advocates Democratic initiatives to address the deficit with tax increases.

In The Washington Examiner, Philip Klein posts a Democratic strategy memo on their tax increase plan.

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