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Thursday round up: Tamny on China; Woodhill on Keynes; Moore on tax reform.

From RCM, John Tamny defends China on manufacturing jobs.

At Forbes, Louis Woodhill argues against Keynesian stimulus and for a series of interesting reforms.

In The WSJ, Michael Boskin applauds the GOP tax reform contest.

On The Kudlow Report, Stephen Moore discusses tax reform efforts:


At NRO, Larry Kudlow notes the ECB’s surprise quarter-point cut of its target rate.

In The WSJ, Paul Gigot reports Colorado’s rejection of tax increases to pay for education.

On Seeking Alpha, John Bowman notes the Chairman of the Council of Economic Advisors to the French Prime Minister advocates keeping the euro and supply-side solutions.

The Tax Policy Center analyzes the distribution of Gov. Perry’s flat tax plan.

The Economic Policy Institute honors Paul Krugman:


The Washington Post reports House Speaker John Boehner (OH) dismissing anti-tax advocate Grover Norquist.

Also in The Washington Post, Charles Lane rebuts claims that US infrastructure is crumbling.

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