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Tuesday items: Kudlow, Luskin and Moore on Romney; Boaz and DeMint on Paul; IBD says the Fed is readying QE3.

From NRO, Larry Kudlow suggests Mitt Romney should downsize the US government to turnaround America, Inc.

In The WSJ, Don Luskin advises Romney to defend his work at Bain.

From Cato, David Boaz defends US Rep. Ron Paul’s (TX) analysis of the financial crisis.

On The Kudlow Report, Stephen Moore discusses Romney’s taxes:

In The Washington Post, Bill Knapp suggests the middle class is not stagnating.

IBD reports the Federal Reserve is preparing QE3.

The NY Sun opposes release of Fed transcripts.

In Forbes, Charles Kadlec argues declining freedom is the root of the economy’s problems.

At Powerline, Steven Hayward advocates a Laffer Curve for regulation.

On CNN, Sen. Jim DeMint (SC) applauds Ron Paul’s Federal Reserve criticism:

On Bloomberg, Virginia Postrel pans the new Margaret Thatcher movie.

In The Washington Times, Richard Rahn compares the economies of Cayman and Belize.

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