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Reconciliation

By Ezra Klein

Recap: Where was the policy uncertainty in 1993?; being "fully human" online; and four possible deals on the Bush tax cuts.

I owe a huge thanks to the excellent work Dylan, Suzy, Karl, Michael, Nick and Dana did while I was gone. So today's links will be, well, to them:

1) Dylan Matthews; Minipundit.

2) Suzy Khimm; Mother Jones.

3) Karl Smith; Modeled Behavior.

4) Dana Goldstein.

5) Mike Konczal; Rortybomb.

6) Nick Beaudrot; Donkeylicious.

Oh, and I'll be on "Countdown With Keith Olbermann" tonight talking tax cuts.

By Ezra Klein  | November 15, 2010; 6:39 PM ET
 
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EK, I liked Karl even though we disagree on things quite a bit. Having an actual experienced adult wouldn't hurt as a guest columnist once in a while now would it?

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