Does a Generation Burdened by Debt Care About Government Spending?

Democrats and Republicans would do well to talk about the federal deficit. No, seriously.

A roll of 'I Voted' stickers, which are handed out to residents after they vote, sit on an election officials table at a polling place on November 4, 2014 in Ferguson, Missouri.

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The political arguments for reducing the national debt often focus on the disastrous results awaiting our children and grandchildren. But do the kids even care?

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