Talking Turkey On The Budget

The Bosnians and the Serbs have done it. So have the Israelis and Palestinians. Now, finally, White House and congressional budgeteers are about to put aside their personal invective and sit to down to work out a deal of their own. Soon after Thanksgiving, they'll begin talks aimed at slashing the deficit by 2002--and dramatically downsizing the federal government.

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