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Reconciliation

By Dylan Matthews

Today, Ezra made the case for Larry Summers as CEA chair, critiqued Paul Ryan's Post op-ed and politician op-eds in general, and argued that Iran saber-rattling is keeping Israel from making tough choices in the peace process.

1) Graeme Wood's piece on replacing prison with electronic surveillance is just excellent. Read it all.

2) Todd Purdum chronicles a day in President Obama's life.

3) Denmark is restricting its famously generous jobless benefits.

4) David Rieff on development and U.S. foreign policy.

No recipe, but I was recently made aware that Arcade Fire did a very, very good cover of Yeah Yeah Yeahs' "Maps."

By Dylan Matthews  |  August 16, 2010; 6:43 PM ET
 
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Comments

Ezra, How does it feel to be a shill for corrupt politicians?

Posted by: soma_king | August 16, 2010 8:29 PM | Report abuse

dude. that previous post is cold. anyway, just wanted to say that, no, I am sorry. but that was not a very good cover of Maps.

Please.

Posted by: eriklontok | August 16, 2010 10:40 PM | Report abuse


Anyone with a desire to learn and to grow, to take their career to a new level or start a new career altogether has the opportunity to pursue their dream should go back to school http://bit.ly/a45y6d

Posted by: nelsonjoe17 | August 17, 2010 12:11 AM | Report abuse

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