April 7, 2009
Washington Post staff writer Lori Montgomery, who covers business policy, shares her picks for readings around the Web.
Lloyd C. Blankfein | The CEO of Goldman Sachs explains lessons of the crisis and his thoughts on what caused it. (PDF)
Brad DeLong's Journal | Ezra Klein shows how Evan Bayh suddenly became the most conservative Democrat in the Senate -- and a bit of a roadblock for the Obama agenda.
TaxProfBlog | The nonpartisan Congressional Research Service finds that a proposal to impose a heavy tax on the bonuses paid to AIG employees may raise "serious constitutional concerns."
TaxVox | Rosanne Altshuler argues that President Obama doesn't really need a new task force to study tax reform: He could just pick up the long-ignored report produced by former president George W. Bush's tax reform panel.
April 7, 2009; 5:00 PM ET
Categories: Neil Irwin's Must Reads
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