If you have any money in Greek banks, they reopened today, but still with very strict withdrawal limits. We’ll update that whole situation tomorrow.
Here are some remains of the day.
* Nate Silver adjudges Trump the “world’s greatest troll,” capable of creating an immense feedback loop between media and media consumers.
* At Ten Miles Square, Seth Masket suggests public financing of primaries is the best way to give parties control over their presidential candidates.
* At College Guide, Jill Barshay argues that most kids from families with incomes under $30,000 can afford college, but don’t know it.
* At The Grade, Alexander Russo recommends a new documentary called The One Who Got Away about a promising child whose life went awry.
* At Republic 3.0, Anne Kim discusses the growing phenomenon of Latino segregation.
And in non-political news:
* Seems there is a new southern wedding tradition of substituting for a unity candle the simultaneous firing of guns in the air. Seriously.
That’s it for Monday. We’ll close with the Santana performance that really got things rolling: “Soul Sacrifice” at Woodstock.