Arnold Kling has an interesting review of Amity Shlaes' The Forgotten Man and some comments on the Depression. I find it an interesting coincidence that historians are starting to take a more dispassionate look at FDR's handling of the Depression now that many of the people who lived through it are dying off. The major players, of course, have been dead for decades, but the myths and legends about what they did were powerful and enduring. (Instapundit)
EDIT: I don't know whether it's the ongoing DDoS attack or what, but I'm continuing to have problems posting from work. Yeah, yeah, I shouldn't be doing that to begin with, thank you
now sod off. Post has had time adjusted to show when it would have posted if things hadn't been hosed.