Eliot Cohen writes: What will be of lasting importance, and the only possibly redemptive part of this wretched tale, is if it motivates some Republican legislators to take a stand against their own party and for the law and the Constitution….They should denounce his misconduct for what it is. And all of us should begin contemplating the conditions under which—not now, maybe not even a year from now—the constitutional remedies for dealing with a president utterly incapable of fulfilling his duties with elementary probity and competence will have to be implemented. – The Atlantic
Before Paul Volcker, Before Milton Friedman, THERE WAS ALLAN MELTZER: DIES AT 89, BELOVED ECONOMIST & THOUGHT LEADER.
From the archives: AEI pays tribute to Allan Meltzer
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