Nov. 19, 2008
U.S. News & World Report | Strategist Ed Yardeni catalogs what he sees as Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson's biggest blunders in dealing with the crisis.
Library of Economics and Liberty | Arnold Kling ponders why companies deal with less demand by laying off workers, instead of just lowering wages.
Yglesias | As the financial regulation debate heats up, blogger Matthew Yglesias argues that everyone should remember we're trying to prevent the next crisis, not the last one.
November 19, 2008; 6:32 PM ET
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