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Tuesday round up: Mundell on currency reform; Kadlec on Obama’s yuan statement; Paul predicts electoral disaster if the GOP raises taxes.

China Daily reports Robert Mundell calling for international currency reform.

At Forbes, Charles Kadlec critiques the President’s call for China to raise the yuan’s value.

In The Washington Times, Richard Rahn assesses the Chinese economy.

From Forbes Media, Steve Forbes discusses the dollar and gold:


At Forbes, Ralph Benko suggests rising world peace means power will shift back to the people, including the gold standard.

On TGSN, Benko quotes President McKinley on the gold standard.

At RCM, John Tamny links today’s youth culture to Washington’s economic policy errors.

NPR examines the influence of Ayn Rand and Friedrich Hayek on today’s GOP.

On The Kudlow Report, Ron Paul predicts disaster for Republicans if the Super Committee agrees to tax increases:


From APR’s Marketplace, Reihan Salam argues economic growth is more important than equality.

At CNS, Pat Buchanan sees the GOP returning to the War Party.

In Politico, Mike Allen reports Nancy Pelosi’s effort to regain the House of Representatives’ majority.

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