PCWorld (Chuck L).
From last week but v. popular with regular readers (and new to links): More Taibbi on Friedman and . Lots of talent out there.
Aeon. Read this. Who wins— and loses– from trade, globalization, taxes, and subsidies– are far from new issues in American politics, and were in fact at the heart of the 1776 revolt.
Big Brother Is Watching You Watch
The Guardian (ML)
The Intercept (Bill B)
MarketWatch. Plus ca change….One of my first grown-up summer jobs was working for the National Science Foundation, early during Reagan’s first term, on a project to understand why women were underrepresented in science and technical professions. I don’t agree with every word herein, but it seems the situation’s changed less than I would have liked or predicted.
The Atlantic (furzy)
Jacobin. What happens next in Iceland now that neoliberal consensus is busted.
The Guardian. Note: This is a legitimate Guardian headline and not a spoof news site.
Wall Street Journal
Politico. They share more than knocking out frontrunner Hillary Clinton and her vaunted political team.
DeSmogBlog (Bill B)
NY Times. Thoughtful piece by Eric Posner (joined by Fiona Scott Morton And Glen Weyl).
MarketWatch. Ken Rogoff consults his spreadsheet and concludes….
International Business Times
MIT Technology Review
FT. Oh no: what’s that what Lambert says? Kill it with fire!
2016 Post Mortem
HuffPo (furzy). Well, those contesting the election can certainly use all the help they can get: the legal strategy so far has been particularly inept.
I remind readers that Time’s Person of the Year is neither an affirmation of popularity nor does it reflect a moral endorsement (Adolph Hitler was once selected).
Indian Currency Train Wreck
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