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Tuesday summary: Domitrovic on Bretton Woods; Kudlow on the end of QE2; Gingrich sounds pro-growth.

From Forbes, Brian Domitrovic explains that Bretton Woods was meant to be a halfway point before returning to a classical gold standard.

On NRO, Larry Kudlow suggests the end of QE2, plus the likelihood of budget gridlock, may mean a stock market downturn.

Bloomberg reports the Federal Reserve may continue to provide monetary stimulus after QE2.

On The Kudlow Report, Newt Gingrich supports a sound dollar and makes the crucial link between faster growth and a lower deficit:

At Forbes, Charles Kadlec argues the President’s budget and tax plans would change America fundamentally.

In The Washington Times, Richard Rahn praises job creators.

On Forbes, Ralph Benko argues a government shutdown wouldn’t have major consequences.

From Fox News, Steve Forbes discusses the deficit but stresses that raising taxes is not the solution:

At Coffee and Markets, Art Laffer advises policy makers to focus on growth rather than deficits.

On Mother Jones, Dave Gilson acknowledges that the top one percent pay 32 percent of all income taxes but suggests they should pay far more.

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