Quick Hits: Thursday, August 25th

The Council on Foreign Relations has an interview with Noble Prize winning economist and Hoover Institution fellow A. Michael Spence about the debt crisis and the impact of the recent U.S. credit downgrade.

George L. Kelling of the Manhattan Institute outlines what the British could learn from American policing.

The Economic Policy Institute discusses the problems with the J-1 visa system, which opens foreign students and other guestworkers up to abuse at the hands of employers.

The Heritage Foundation catalogs the benefits of marriage to health and well-being.

The American Enterprise Institute argues that privately operated buses are more efficient and cheaper than publicly funded high speed rail.

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