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Wednesday items: Domitrovic on Reagan’s falling oil prices; Lenzner on the recent GW Bush tax event; Moore on the Buffett Rule.

From Forbes, Brian Domitrovic explains how Reagan got gas prices to drop.

In The NY Sun, Ira Stoll notes this week’s tax competition conference in New York.

At Forbes, Robert Lenzner reports on the recent George W. Bush Presidential Center event on tax competition where panelists stressed the need for a four percent growth rate.

On The Kudlow Report, Stephen Moore rebuts the suggestion that Ronald Reagan would support the Buffett Rule:

Money News features Lew Lehrman on the need for a gold-linked dollar.

At The American, James Pethokoukis formulates some genuine Reagan Rules for President Obama.

In The WSJ, Brian Gaines and Douglas Rivers suggests most people oppose high tax rates on the rich.

In Forbes, Janet Novack reports the widening gap between high and low tax states.

From City Journal, Guy Sorman highlights a World Bank report on global economic liberalization and the decline of poverty.

At Reason, Art Laffer discusses how to reform California’s economy:

From National Review, Jonah Goldberg worries that Mitt Romney favors business rather than free markets.

Reuters reports Brazil’s President complaining to President Obama about US monetary policy.

On TGSN, Ralph Benko recounts the monetary roots of Civil War Reconstruction.

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