October 27, 2011 Headlines: GDP Beats Expectations, Chinese Censorship, Polls and Pols, and More
WSJ: The GDP grew at 2.5% last quarter, beating expectations.
NYT: Even with shrinking benefits, the unemployed remain hopeful.
WSJ: College grads are confronting high unemployment and high competition for jobs.
NYT: Despite an opening up over the past decade, China is beginning to clamp down on popular culture.
AP: Europe is hopeful for a bailout from China, but there’s no sign of budging from Beijing.
WSJ: Polls show that Obama can beat the GOP field, but the weak economy threatens to drag him down.
WSJ: Hank Paulson talks about the symbiotic relationship between the U.S. and China.
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