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How to stop a downturn without boosting the deficit or cutting rates

1 month ago   |   By New York Post

Is there a way to help the economy without boosting the deficit or cutting interest rates to silly levels? I think there is, and it's a way I've suggested many times with no result. But I'll try again. Washington should change the rules - even if only temporarily - so that Americans can have immediate...
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