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Thursday items: Woodhill on inflation; Luskin on the rising dollar; Mundell on the euro.

From Forbes, Louis Woodhill provides a satirical look at inflation.

At RCM, John Tamny reviews CJ Maloney’s book on FDR.

On The Kudlow Report, Don Luskin suggests bin Laden’s death has strengthened the dollar:

At Asia Times, David Goldman detects a whiff of deflation.

The WSJ notes silver’s steep decline this week.

At FX Street reports Robert Mundell expects European debt restructuring but that the euro will emerge intact.

From last week at COAL, Paul Krugman argues most of the federal deficit comes from revenue lost in the contraction, as opposed to higher spending:

At NRO, Larry Kudlow wonders if it’s time to withdraw from Afghanistan.

In The NYT, conservative Keynesian Martin Feldstein advocates eliminating tax expenditures while keeping rates the same.

Cato’s Dan Mitchell critiques Feldstein’s argument.

From Think Progress, Matthew Yglesias sees dollar devaluation as good for the economy.

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