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Monday, June 9, 2008

by THE AMERICAN last modified Friday, June 6, 2008

EU trade commissioner Peter Mandelson argues that sovereign wealth funds ‘should study the experience of the hedge-fund and private-equity industries in Britain’. . . A tiny bacterium called Shewanella ‘could hold the keys to alternative energy production, toxic waste cleanup and, most surprising of all, how human bodies work’. . . City Journal associate editor Paul Beston says that historian Sean Wilentz’s new book is a sign of ‘the emerging Reagan consensus’. . . Harvard economist Kenneth Rogoff criticizes America’s ‘oil currency hypocrisy’. . . Columnist Charles Krauthammer makes the case for increasing gasoline taxes. . .

EU trade commissioner Peter Mandelson argues that sovereign wealth funds ‘should study the experience of the hedge-fund and private-equity industries in Britain’. . .

A tiny bacterium called Shewanella ‘could hold the keys to alternative energy production, toxic waste cleanup and, most surprising of all, how human bodies work’. . .

City Journal associate editor Paul Beston says that historian Sean Wilentz’s new book is a sign of ‘the emerging Reagan consensus’. . .

Harvard economist Kenneth Rogoff criticizes America’s ‘oil currency hypocrisy’. . .

Columnist Charles Krauthammer makes the case for increasing gasoline taxes. . .

 
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