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Wednesday summary: Benko on GOP platforms and gold; Mitchell on Keynesianism; Wesbury doubts QE3.

From TGSN, Ralph Benko recounts the history of Republican presidential platforms that included a gold money plank and wonders about 2012.

At International Liberty, Dan Mitchell debates Robert Reich on Keynesianism.

On The Kudlow Report, David Goldman analyzes market volatility:

In The WSJ, Stephen Moore reports declining support for California’s tax hikes.

From First Trust, Brian Wesbury doubts the Fed will initiate QE3.

In The WSJ, Gerald O’Driscoll predicts the breakup of the euro.

On Asia Times, Cedrick Mohammed examines China’s activity in Africa.

In The WSJ, Yukon Huang advises China to liberalize its economy.

On CNN, Stephen Moore debates Norm Ornstein on Washington gridlock:

In The Financial Times, Bruce Bartlett advises the President to focus his economic message on government works and loose money.

At The Daily Beast, David Frum suggests bad monetary policy is like arsenic.

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