Everyone's talking about T.A. Frank's article exploring the question of why people find Bob Herbert dull. More interesting, who is it, exactly, who has the stomach to read Robert Samuelson's columns? Today, he's writing the country's strong economic performance during Alan Greenspan's tenure at the fed: "Was this luck -- or Greenspan's skill? The answer: some of both."

Some of both! Fascinating.

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