December 20, 2011 Headlines: Wukan in Open Revolt, Mitt Romney's Outsourcing, Japan Buys American, and More
NPR: Coverage on the ground in Wukan, the Chinese village in open revolt.
WSJ: Photos from Wukan.
AP: Protesters are now planning to march to a nearby town.
The Hill: Ohio’s senators react to China’s new tariffs.
FP: Covering China’s reaction to the death of Kim Jong-Il.
AP: Bain Capital, Mitt Romney’s company, massacred manufacturing jobs in New Hampshire and South Carolina.
Ezra Klein: How the 112th Congress worked so hard to earn that 11% approval rating.
The Hill: American and South Korean trade representatives are moving closer to a deal.
AP: Japan is Buying American for their new fighter jets.
WSJ: What’s worse than not extending the payroll tax? A two-month extension.
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