By Dylan Matthews
Today, John questioned whether Americans really want to govern themselves, Justin expressed uncertainty about the long-term future of the stock market, I talked to Sara Mead about early education policy, and Suzy criticized new fees on companies employing high-skilled tech workers.
1) Every country using the Westminister model now has a hung parliament.
2) Ben Miller and Phuong Ly investigate "dropout factories" -- colleges and universities where a majority of students leave without a degree.
3) HAMP is still running into the same problems.
4) Former Bush NEC chair Keith Hennessey responds to Paul Krugman's criticisms of the Bush tax cuts.
August 23, 2010; 7:00 PM ET
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