Brad DeLong's Egregious Moderation: Things very much worth reading from last week:
Scott Sumner: Friedman and Schwartz vs. the Austrians
Scrapbook: Tobin: Friedman's Theoretical Framework
Paul Krugman: Banking on the Brink
Yves Smith: More on That Dirty Word "Nationalization" and Possible Approaches
Alan Auerbach and William Gale: The Economic Crisis and the Fiscal Crisis: 2009 and Beyond
Jeff Frankel: A New Depression? The Lessons of the 1930s
Brian Beutler on the Washington Post
Matthew Yglesias on the Politico
John Schwenkler: What's a liberal to do with John Yoo?
Melissa McEwan: Still Just a Woman, Cont'd
George Monbiot: George Will's climate howlers
Henry Farrell: Opinion Laundering
Sapienza and Zingales: People’s Will or Wall Street’s Will?
Mark Thoma: How Bad Will it Get?
Jackie Calmes: Obama Gains Support From G.O.P. Governors
Ta-Nehisi Coates: Marvin Gaye: Let's Get It On
Ta-Nehisi Coates: A rather silly defense of Juan Williams (or two)
Ta-Nehisi Coates: What Becomes of the Broken Hearted: Jimmy Ruffin vs. Joan Osborne
Nate Silver on George Will and the Washington Post
Dana McCourt: Stanley Fish Filet
Mark Kleiman: Winning beats losing
Robert Waldmann: Rational Behavior and Inefficiency with Incomplete Markets
Mark Zandi, ex-McCain Advisor: Imperfect stimulus plan is still the best answer
Carlos D. Ramirez: The $700 Billion Bailout: A Public-Choice Interpretation
Matthew Yglesias: Limbaugh Reiterates Desire for Economy to Tank
Matthew Richardson and Nouriel Roubini: Nationalize the Banks! We're all Swedes Now
Scott Horton: Yoo for the Defense
Scott Horton: Former Gitmo Guard Tells All
Matthew Yglesias: Mark Bowden, Atlantic, Shilling for the F-22
Jonathan Singer: Has the Last Month Been Good for the Republicans?