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The top of today's reading list has Bill Black's dismal view of the proposed Brown-Vitter legislation........ and the last article is a great short essay from down under on economics.
- Brown-Vitter Will Not and Cannot Work but it is Criminogenic (William K. Black, New Economic Perspectives) William K. Black is a Global Economic Intersection contributor.
- New – Debt Worries – Then and Now (Gary Carmell, Same As It Ever Was) Hat tip to Roger Erickson.
- Shaken, not stirred (The Economist) 1937 redux?
- Quelle Surprise! Banks Whining About Cost of Breaking New California Homeowner Bill of Rights (Yves Smith, Naked Capitalism) Yves Smith has contributed to Global Economic Intersection.
- JPMorgan directors defend Dimon (Tom Braithewaite, Financial Times)
- JP Morgan: A New Type of Dirty Energy (Jen Alic, Oil Price) An even bigger predatory blood sucking vampire squid than Goldman Sachs? See also this.
- Why Your Supermarket Only Sells 5 Kinds of Apples (Rowan Jacobsen, Mother Jones) Hat tip to Roger Erickson.
- Atlantis Discovered? (Mac Margolis, The Daily Beast)
- Amazing Demographic Trends in the 50-and-Older Work Force (Doug Short, Advisor Perspectives, dshort.com) Doug Short is a Global Economic Intersection contributor.
- Towards a semiotic economics (Sell on the News, Macro Business)