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December 05, 2012
Posted by David Zaring
- Here's the status of the unpromising right-wing challegne to Dodd-Frank - it turns on the nondelegation doctrine, which the Supreme Court has turned to all of twice, both times in 1935. Still, that's what everyone was saying about health care reform, I suppose.
- The world is flat, if you measure flatness by making the next head of the Bank of England a Canadian. More here.
- Business of academia people might be interested in Cooper Union's flailing efforts to develop more revenue streams.
- Davidoff on Formula 1.
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