Some new stories from the end of the week.

In this week's issue of The Economist, I have a story about job creation through workforce development and training programmes--which, believe it or not, barely mentions Rick Perry.

At Foreign Policy, a piece about what a President Perry's foreign policy might look like, insofar as we can anticipate that.

At The Atlantic, a piece about Perry's record on immigration, which is more moderate than people might expect, but in keeping with Texans' general attitudes about such matters.

And at Democracy in America, I argue that it is worthwhile to try to compare the records of governors of different states, even given the large caveat that it's difficult to directly compare states because of the extant differences between them.


 



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