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The top of today's reading list has an article asserting that China's economy is just fine ........ and the last article presents a 65-year time line of U.S. immigration policy.
- China is Okay (Stephen S. Roach, Project Syndicate)
- What Does the Fiscal Cliff Deal Mean for Nonprofits? (Joseph Rosenberg, C. Eugene Steuerle, and Katherine Toran, Urban Institute Center on Nonprofits and Philanthropy) See also: New Tax Law, Said to Squelch Giving, Could Actually Boost It
- Anybody Home? Next-Gen Telescopes Could Pick Up Hints of Extraterrestrial Life (John Matson, Scientific American)
- Argentina on Sale (John Mauldin, Mauldin Economics) John Mauldin is a contributor to Global Economic Intersection.
- America's Criminal Crony Capitalism (Michael Edesess, Advisor Perspectives) Michael Edesess has contributed to Global Economic Intersection.
- Consumers Are Angrier With Washington Than They've Ever Been In History (Matthew Boesler, Business Insider, 15 March 2013) See GEI Analysis article.
- SEC attempts to set an example with largest-ever insider trading fine (Simone Foxman, Quartz, 15 March 2013) See GEI News article.
- Bill Would Slash Congressional Pay by 8.2 Percent (Kellie Lunney, Government Executive, 15 March 2013)
- Timeline: U.S. Postwar Immigration Policy (Council on Foreign Relations, 15 March 2013)