Life Under A Balanced Budget
Could it really happen? For years, angry voters have demanded fiscal discipline from their big-spending national government. For decades, economists have warned that high deficits were crushing national savings and stifling private investment. And for a generation, politicians have used the budget as an opportunity for partisan finger-pointing. Now, Washington finally seems ready to stop squabbling and actually ink the long-awaited fiscal Deal of the Century.
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