Oct. 21, 2008
Wall Street Journal | A profile of the relationship between Barack Obama and former Fed chairman Paul Volcker, who is advising Obama on the financial crisis.
Bloomberg | The financial crisis and probable recession are having an effect on everything. Latest example: The market for thoroughbreds and stallion fees.
The New Yorker | James Surowiecki argues that we need to distinguish between government actions that represent an expenditure by the government and those in which taxpayers should expect to get some return.
October 21, 2008; 11:49 AM ET
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