Mother Jones (hat tip reader Francois T)
Opponents of Greek austerity plan set strike, protest Reuters (hat tip reader jumpjet)
Robert G. Wilmers, Bloomberg, I’m a day late to this. MM&T is a really good bank and Wilmers pays himself modestly for a CEO (I say “pays himself” because CEO have lots of means for stacking the deck in favor of their own pay)
SaportaReport hat tip reader Amit). The early part is a snore but be sure to look at the last few paragraphs
Dave Dayen, American Prospect (hat tip Paul Krugman)
Telegraph (hat tip Ed Harrison). Don’t get me hopeful.
World Policy Journal (hat tip reader freude bud)
New York Times
Wall Street Journal. This will create a lot of buzz in the blogopshere. The horror of law school grads in temp work at $40,000 to $50,000. This is partly a symptom of the growth of graduate programs and more people getting advanced degrees as a way to get an advantage in the employment market, when if everyone does that, the relative advantage is gone (obviously it has not gone quite that far, but you get the drift. Read Jamie Galbraith The Predator State for a long form discussion).
Luke Johnson, Financial Times
Marcia Angell, New York Review of Books (hat tip reader freude bud). Today’s must read.
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