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Economists Agree: US Inequality Is Killing the Economy
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The Tea Party and the Hammock Theory of Poverty
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What the Stimulus Accomplished
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U.S. Agency Warns of Urgent Need for Spending on Roads, Bridges
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Surviving the post-employment economy

The author argues that in the new economy, it's people, not skills or majors, that have lost value.
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Surprise! 'Pro-business' policies hurt state economic growth
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Growth Without Jobs
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Rebuilding America, one bridge at a time
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The roughed-up American

People not only remember the economic cataclysm. They’re still suffering the aftershocks in lower incomes and wealth, as the tables below show. The figures come from the Federal Reserve’s 2013 Survey of Consumer Finances (SCF). Every three years, the Fed interviews thousands of households (6,026 in 2013) to draw a detailed picture of Americans’ finances. From this mass of data, I’ve plucked 12 figures that demonstrate the enduring impact of the economic crisis.
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On balance, a little inflation is better than a lot of unemployment
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Ideology and Investment
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Economic Lessons Not Learned
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Why many aren't celebrating low US unemployment
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Comparing the Economic Record of the Last Two Democratic and Republican Presidents
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It’s Time to Fix America’s Infrastructure. Here’s Where to Start
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