Use The Surplus To Train Tomorrow's Workforce

With President Clinton's veto of the Republican budget plan, fiscal politics is playing out as a simple two-way choice. Do we use most of the projected federal budget surplus for a tax cut (the Republican position) or to pay down the national debt and shore up Social Security and Medicare (the White House position)? So far, the Administration seems to be winning. Most voters prefer saving social insurance to tax cuts.

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