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Monday items: Tamny on tax reform; Lipsky sees the dollar emerging as a campaign issue; Pethokoukis on income inequality.

From Forbes, John Tamny advocates a consumption tax.

In The NY Sun, Seth Lipsky says the dollar is emerging as a campaign issue.

At The American, James Pethokoukis responds to attacks on his income inequality analysis.

On The Kudlow Report, Pethokoukis discusses Herman Cain’s handling of sexual harassment allegations:

On NRO, Larry Kudlow opposes QE3.

At Asia Times, David Goldman argues the investor strike is over.

From International Liberty, Dan Mitchell refutes the IMF’s call for higher taxes in El Salvador.

At TGSN, Kelly Hanson recounts Jacques Rueff’s analysis of the dollar’s reserve currency curse.

Comedian Tim Slagle uses Halloween to explain taxes (h/t: David Henderson):

In The WSJ, The Business Roundtable’s Jim McNerney argues for pro-business policies.

At The NYT, Christina Romer suggests Ben Bernanke adopt an employment target at the Fed.

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