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Wednesday summary: Domitrovic on the Gold Commission; Romney discusses the flat tax and gold standard; Pethokoukis on tax fairness.

From Forbes, Brian Domitrovic provides the history behind Newt Gingrich’s Gold Commission.

The WSJ uses Mitt Romney’s tax return to argue for fundamental tax reform.

On NRO, Larry Kudlow reports Romney believes the President’s class warfare strategy is designed with him (Romney) in mind.

From Forbes, Steve Forbes advises Mitt Romney to come out with a strong pro-growth, pro-capitalism message.

On The Kudlow Report, Romney critiques Gingrich’s flat tax plan and suggests, oddly, that Congress could manipulate the dollar’s exchange rate under the gold standard:

At The American, James Pethokoukis responds to the President on tax fairness.

From PJ Media, David Goldman argues the true unemployment rate, about 1 in 4, guarantees a single term for President Obama.

At RCM, John Tamny suggests hedge fund success implies stock market weakness.

On Peter Schiff’s radio show, Steve Forbes critiques Romney on the China currency debate:

IBD explains Dodd-Frank’s highly negative effect on small and community banks.

CNSNews notes commodity price increases under President Obama.

At Barron’s, Pimco’s Bill Gross suggests the economy is pulled between deflationary and inflationary forces:

From The Hoover Institution, Richard Epstein critiques Massachusetts Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren’s economic proposals.

The NYT highlights the President’s tough talk on China.

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