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Supply Side Reading 5-13-10

Good links today from The Supply Side:

Thursday round up.

Brian Domitrovic provides historical context to point out why critics can’t say supply-side economics failed to eliminate deficits and failed to starve the beast.

Alan Reynolds says “Hello Supply Side” (h/t: Brian Domitrovic).

David P. Goldman provides a fascinating analysis¬†of the current crisis by comparing Robert Mundell’s economic model to the Keynesian framework.

Steve Forbes argues the euro is worth keeping, and would be better fixed to gold.

John Tamny connects supply-side tax cuts to Ayn Rand’s idea of producers “shrugging.”

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