The China syndrome

Last week Editor&Publisher posted Thomas Lipscomb’s column criticizing Google’s kowtowing: “The real cost of Google’s sellout to China.” In a message last night Tom writes that this is a crucially important debate on which he is trying to focus more attention. He has written a follow-up column for Human Events Online: “Congress should impose trade sanctions on the Google-China deal.” In his message Tom also notes:

James de Long does a fine job of making the classic Libertarian case for Google et al. in his “Google Is Right on China.” Bruce Kesler eloquently and briefly shows how de Long has totally missed the point in his “Can

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The China syndrome

Last week Editor&Publisher posted Thomas Lipscomb’s column criticizing Google’s kowtowing: “The real cost of Google’s sellout to China.” In a message last night Tom writes that this is a crucially important debate on which he is trying to focus more attention. He has written a follow-up column for Human Events Online: “Congress should impose trade sanctions on the Google-China deal.” In his message Tom also notes:

James de Long does a fine job of making the classic Libertarian case for Google et al. in his “Google Is Right on China.” Bruce Kesler eloquently and briefly shows how de Long has totally missed the point in his “Can

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Books to read from Power Line