Tuesday round up: Domitrovic on Keynes; Tamny refutes Cowen; Kudlow rues the Democratic obsession with tax hikes.

From Forbes, Brian Domitrovic argues Keynes’ framework doesn’t correctly explain the Great Depression or the recent recession.

On RCM, John Tamny explains that George Mason University economist Tyler Cowen’s pessimism is a function of the weak dollar.

At NRO, Larry Kudlow suggests Democrats drop their obsession with tax increases.

On The Kudlow Report, David Malpass discusses Europe’s economy:




The NY Sun notes supply-side guru Robert Mundell’s positive recent statements on gold
(h/t: Ralph Benko).

On Asia Times, David Goldman cites Mundell in his deflation analysis.

From Alhambra Investments, Joseph Calhoun notes Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke saying he doesn’t know why the economy is weak.

In The WSJ, Larry Lindsey reports the deficit will increase substantially when interest rates rise.

At The NYT, Bruce Bartlett analyzes who doesn’t pay federal income taxes.

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