Recap: Barack Obama doesn't need anyone's permission to be bold; neither party should be willing to risk a return to the status quo on health care; and Greg Mankiw offers a very odd thought experiment.
1) "Liberalism in general has internalized key libertarian critiques of earlier iterations of liberal thought, with the result that a guy with a largely Friedmanite policy agenda can plausibly call himself a liberal."
4) Larry Mishel doesn't think education is the cure for inequality.
Recipe of the Day: No one -- or at least no one I've found -- has better Chinese recipes than Fuschia Dunlop.
| January 20, 2011; 6:05 PM ET
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