Divided Washington Is What U.S. Economy Needs: Kevin Hassett
Chances are good that the power of the U.S. government, squarely in the hands of Democrats the past two years, is about to become divided between the two parties. Modern American history suggests that this is the best of all worlds. With all respect to Abraham Lincoln, a house divided against itself often prospers.
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