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The top of today's reading list is why the founding fathers loved the national debt ......... and the last story is discusses how central banks should think about the financial system.
- Why the Founding Fathers Loved the National Debt (William Hogeland, Bloomberg)
- Health Care Exchanges To Transform Insurance Market (The Associated Press, Huffington Post)
- When Corruption Helps the Bottom Line (Michael S. Pagano, DealBook, The New York Times) Hat tip to Roger Eerickson.
- Monetary Alchemy, Fiscal Science (Jeffrey Frankel, Jeff Frankel's Weblog) Jeffrey Frankel is an occasional contributor to Global Economic Intersection.
- Why No Glass-Steagall II? (Barry Eichengreen, Project Syndicate)
- The Biggest Housing Bubble in the World Is in ... Canada? (Matthew O'Brien, The Atlantic)
- Why Immigration Reform Could Die in the House (Scott Bland, National Journal)
- Occupy Wall Street Actually Not At All Representative Of The 99 Percent, Report Finds (Jillian Berman, Huffington Post)
- Geithner Finally Leaves Treasury, Blurts a Whole Series of Lies on His Way Out (Nathan Tankus, Naked Capitalism)
- How should central banks think about the financial system? (M.C.K., The Economist)