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Tuesday items: Domitrovic on the SSE policy mix; Laffer and Moore on spending; Mundell advises China.

From Forbes, Brian Domitrovic rebuts Howard Gold’s attack on supply-side economics by noting the centrality of stable money to the policy mix.

In The WSJ, Art Laffer and Stephen Moore argue government spending is causing the economy’s weakness.

At China Radio International, Robert Mundell encouragesChina to ease monetary policy and to boost domestic expenditure and consumption.

On The WSJ, Steve Hanke responds to Paul Krugman on Estonia’s economy:

In The Washington Times, Richard Rahn doubts that monetary policy can restore the economy.

From Alhambra Partners, Joe Calhoun urges Ben Bernanke not to enact QE3.

In The WSJ, Stephen Moore notes the President’s declining poll numbers among white voters.

The Richmond Times-Dispatch interviews Art Laffer.

At Café Hayek, Russ Roberts challenges E.J. Dionne’s claim that government spending creates jobs.

On CBS, Paul Krugman defends the President’s focus on public sector jobs:

CNN Money reports family net worth plummeted 40% from 2007-2010.

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