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Robert Kuttner

Fix economy by targeting tax cheats

By Robert Kuttner
March 24, 2004

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GEORGE BUSH has left his challenger, John Kerry, with a huge fiscal headache. Kerry, as president, would need to drastically reduce the inherited budget deficit, much as Bill Clinton did in the 1990s. But Kerry also champions social investment that the country needs and voters want -- in health care, education, and energy independence. The budget deficits now appear so ... (Full Article: 768 Words)

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