Infrastructure Spending: Stimulant Or Depressant?Gene Koretz
Remember the fuss about infrastructure spending? In 1991, Congress passed a surface-transportation bill designed to boost federal outlays by $85 billion over five years. And last year, President-to-be Clinton promised to stimulate the economy by raising investment in highways, bridges, airports, and other public works.
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