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Marc A. Thiessen
The Embargo After the Castros
Lifting the embargo now would fritter away U.S. leverage to influence a democratic transition later.

 

E.J. Dionne Jr.
Health Care’s Year
The forces favoring action on reform are stronger than the forces of cynicism and obstruction.

 

Ricardo J. Caballero
Steady Through This Storm
If the administration’s economic team is persistent, we have a good chance of getting out of this mess.

 

Robert J. Samuelson
China’s Dollar Deception
The Chinese denounce American profligacy after promoting it and profiting from it.

 

Michael Kinsley
Life After Newspapers
If General Motors goes under, there will still be cars. And if the New York Times disappears, there will still be news.

 
Tom TOLES

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