I'm jet-lagged. But I managed to get off posts looking at possible problems for the Chinese economy, long-term unemployment in the American economy and why people really want the Dartmouth folks to be right about health care.
Here's what I didn't manage to write about:
1) Paul Krugman's classic on the myth of "the Asian miracle."
2) Investors seem pretty bullish on America's creditworthiness.
3) Salt: the other white powder.
4) Can real Asian food be mainstreamed?
Recipe of the day: It's good to be back on American soil. And what's more American than delicious, delicious hamburgers?
June 3, 2010; 6:23 PM ET
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