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Recap: Can business afford the Republican Party? Is the rise in consumer debt a myth? And the Senate faces a collective action problem.


1) Larry Summers lays out America's innovation dilemma.

2) The Harvard Business Review says this was the best piece it published in 2009.

3) "Goldman Sachs. Making billions off the financialization of the U.S. economy since 1869. Making billions off the carry trade since 2008."

4) The Federal Reserve should worry about the second paragraph of this post.

5) "The most valuable commodity in the U.S. Senate is not votes, it is time."

By Ezra Klein  | September 29, 2010; 6:42 PM ET
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