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Thursday items: Woodhill and Benko on the right gold price; Tamny on the unemployed; Goldman on deflation.

From Forbes, Louis Woodhill argues the proper gold price for dollar relinking should be discovered by markets using transparent rules.

On TGSN, Ralph Benko prefers a market mechanism to find the proper gold price.

At RCM, John Tamny disputes myths about the long-term unemployed.

On The Kudlow Report, David Goldman argues deflationary risk is high:

The NY Sun recounts the last time the Republican platform supported a dollar convertible to gold.

On TGSN, Benko recounts the story of The Gold Bug.

At Seeking Alpha, Jeffrey Rosen discusses the Laffer Curve.

On The Circle Bastiat, Joseph Salerno offers an alternative explanation of the 19th century financial panics.

The NYT reports China’s falling yuan (h/t: James Pethokoukis).

The Koch Foundation makes the case for economic freedom in 60 seconds:

At The FT, Martin Wolf suggests low tax rates don’t align with productivity and growth.

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