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How much do you know about the depression of 1920–21 and the rapid recovery that followed? Author James Grant will consider what lessons this unknown history may supply.

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Experts discuss their predictions for whether the United States will strike a nuclear deal with Iran ahead of the November 24 deadline, and the repercussions of the possible outcomes.

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I’ve been discussing the Fed and inequality quite a bit this week and last. Two responses have been repeatedly generated by my commentary — both online and in private correspondence — so I thought to respond to them here.

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More production milestones were reached this week for the Great American Shale Boom, which continues to deliver a powerful energy-based stimulus to the US economy as it provides one of the strongest reasons to be optimistic about the future of the US economy.

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The prevailing assumption is that Republicans will take the Senate in the midterm elections on Nov. 4. It would be a surprise if they didn’t. But not a huge surprise.

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The risk is growing that Hong Kong’s authorities will violently suppress the Umbrella Revolution.

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Income inequality, despite what the politicians say, does not seem to be hurting US economic growth.

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The United States and its allies have not won in Afghanistan. Quite the contrary, they have snatched defeat from the jaws of victory.

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Mr. Obama’s investment tax hike was designed to soak the rich. But it is the middle class who have taken a bath.

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President Obama is demonstrating to the world that he has nothing but disdain for American allies.

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The US, Japan, and India are slowly forming a balancing coalition against China’s territorial ambitions in the South China Sea.

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The midterm race and generic ballot may be tightening. The general public is disappointed in both parties, and is looking for change. The majority of Americans are dissatisfied or angry about the way that the federal government is working.

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