The shift continues.

The Plank's Jonathan Cohn (easily TNR's most interesting contributer) has the latest on another free trader, who has seen the flaws in the doctrine of neoloberalism.

The piece he cites, from today's Financial Times, is especially timely given yesterday's article in The Wall Street Journal about Alan S. Binder.

From the FT piece:

Which is the greatest threat to globalisation: the protesters on the streets every time the International Monetary Fund or the World Trade Organisation meets, or globalisation's cheerleaders, who push for continued market opening while denying that the troubles surrounding globalisation are rooted in the policies they advocate? A good case can be made that the latter camp presents the greater menace. ...