Lots of stuff in the weekend press about what the big changes in the financial sector signify. Lots "end of the road" stuff, which I'm sure you've read. But here's two pieces you might not have had time for:
Particularly interesting because Fukyama was over a decade ago widely touted by the neo-cons (and the rest of us) to be hailing the final triumph of economic liberalism of the Reagan years over socialism in all its forms
2. Michael Tomasky the Guardian America editor is blunter: he argues that the US stumble is a slide, that it's well underway and that this will shape the November election result.
Interesting what happens with a little economic turbulence…