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Recap: My take on 'The Social Network', the case for infrastructure investment; and how delaying financial regulation made TARP wildly unpopular.

Elsewhere:

1) Where ideas come from.

2) Why wages aren't cut during recessions.

3) Being Glenn Beck.

4) Andrew Sullivan's partial defense of Beck.

5) You can't transform Washington -- you have to take it over.

6) Greg Mankiw doesn't believe that all Harvard students are jerks.

By Ezra Klein  | October 4, 2010; 6:03 PM ET
 
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Posted by: johninflorida | October 4, 2010 6:30 PM | Report abuse

When I watch Beck, I'm torn between a sense of morbid fascination with the odds on when he's going to blow and admiration for his format. While you may disagree with his take on Wilson and the Founding Fathers, who would have ever thought that either topic would become a staple of conversation on 21st Century television. He treats his audience as thought it has half a brain and it's working. That's a heartening development.

Posted by: bgmma50 | October 4, 2010 8:54 PM | Report abuse

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