Could Bush's Tax Cut Spark a Trade Crisis?
In the '80s and early '90s, many economists worried that huge U.S. government budget deficits were exacerbating a large trade deficit. The notion was that government spending helped drive up demand for imports, thus putting the U.S. into a deep international hole.
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