August 10, 2009
The Washington Post staff share their picks for reading around the Web.
Wall Street Journal | A sign of the times: New York coffee shops are pushing back against unemployed people who occupy a table all day, nursing coffee while honing their resumes.
New York Magazine | A story that goes deep on Steve Rattner's role in constructing the bailout of the auto industry.
The Economist | University of Chicago Economist and Nobel Laureate Robert Lucas defends the economics profession from its detractors, who criticize its failure to foresee the economic crisis.
And Berkeley economist Brad Delong attacks Lucas, in characteristically biting manner, for Lucas's inconsistencies.
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