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THE PLANK MARCH 28, 2007

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Noam Scheiber observes that more and more economists are writing cutesy papers rather than facing serious social problems (he also lists some novel papers that didn't lose the faith); Mark Alan Stamaty has a graphic take on the problem; Brad Plumer watches Hillary Clinton fight John Edwards for the labor vote; Zvika Krieger, reporting from Cairo, sees what happens when America abandons democracy promotion; Eve Fairbanks considers what a congressional cook-off says about Washington; and, yesterday, Peter Beinart and Jonah Goldberg wondered whether "war on terror" is a misnomer.

--Adam B. Kushner

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