A few readers had responses to yesterday's publication of the FutureOfCapitalism.com review of Henry Paulson's book On the Brink. One made the point that Mr. Paulson's story is an example that makes a broader argument against government involvement in the economy: It so often ends up as a single individual with more ego than brains catering to those he wants to please. Another suggested linking to some of the New York Sun editorials at the time Mr. Paulson was committing his ambushes. So here are a few: Wealth Transfer, Bailout Baloney, Paulson's Pretext, and Paulson's Seizure.
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