By Dylan Matthews
Recap: I doubted the Fair Elections Now Act's prospects; Ezra wondered whether medical breakthroughs could be cheaper than we expect; I explained how campaign finance works in Europe, and Ezra argued against raising the Social Security retirement age.
1) Is the Treasury too sanguine about the pre-crisis financial sector?
2) Broad narratives don't say much about policy.
3) Are critics of giving aid to states "blaming the victim"?
5) Lindsay Lohan is a fan of the Cato Institute.
Washington Post Editors
July 8, 2010; 6:35 PM ET
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