The Case of the Missing Productivity
This morning's lengthy WSJ piece on "How War's Expense Didn't Strain Economy" managed to not mention strong productivity growth at all. How odd, considering that's the main reason why the economy has been able to support both the Iraq war and consumption growth at home.
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