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Tuesday round up: Moore on Clinton’s book; Tamny on Europe; Gingrich on the 99%.

From The WSJ, Stephen Moore critiques President Clinton’s new book.

At RCM, John Tamny argues for cuts to European government spending.

In The Star Press (IN), Ball State’s Chu-Yuan Cheng suggests China’s currency isn’t undervalued.

On The Kudlow Report, Newt Gingrich says he’s for 100% of Americans, not the 99%:


At TNR, Russell Shorto reports that Europeans love the euro.

From First Trust, Brian Wesbury argues now is the time to raise interest rates.

ABC News notes Republicans are pack to even with the President on job creation.

From American Crossroads, Gov. Haley Barbour (MS) critiques the Obama record:


In The NYT, Bruce Bartlett argues inflation hawks have been proved wrong and that increased money creation would be stimulative.

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