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Thanksgiving week round up: Benko on growth; Chapman on the Tax Wedge; Lehrman on monetary reform.

From Forbes, Ralph Benko makes a strong argument for growth over deficit focus.

At Alhambra Investments, John Chapman explains the Tax Wedge.

On Forbes, Louis Woodhill debunks the President’s spending stimulus plan.

From last month’s Heritage Conference on a Stable Dollar, Lew Lehrman outlines his monetary reform plan:


On New World Economics, Nathan Lewis features his recent interview with

The NY Sun applauds US Rep. Ron Paul’s suggestion that he would name James Grant as Treasury Secretary.

In The Washington Times, Richard Rahn argues the world is suffering from declining paper money.

From Forbes, John Tamny suggests the gold standard would make government borrowing easier.

At TGSN, Christopher Potter notes the gold standard’s price stability.

On The Kudlow Report, Stephen Moore debates the Super Committee:


On RCM, John Tamny explains that mobility is key to economic success.

From Heritage, Bill Beach analyzes the CBO’s income inequality claims.

On Asia Times, David Goldman suggests Germany and France cut off southern Europe.

At Forbes, Jerry Bowyer recounts Thanksgiving’s origins.

On NRO, Larry Kudlow remembers the late Ted Forstmann.

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