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_creationDateDatetimeMarch 4, 2009 1:48:18 PM
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_creatorStringYaron Koren
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Climate of Change

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AuthorList of Page, delimiter: ,Paul Krugman
SourcePageThe New York Times
DateDateFebruary 27, 2009
URLURLhttp://www.nytimes.com/2009/02/27/opinion/27krugman.html
QuoteText"Many will ask whether Mr. Obama can actually pull off the deficit reduction he promises. Can he actually reduce the red ink from $1.75 trillion this year to less than a third as much in 2013? Yes, he can. Right now the deficit is huge thanks to temporary factors (at least we hope they’re temporary): a severe economic slump is depressing revenues and large sums have to be allocated both to fiscal stimulus and to financial rescues. But if and when the crisis passes, the budget picture should improve dramatically."
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Climate of Change by Paul Krugman (The New York Times, February 27, 2009) (view)

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TopicPageOmnibus Appropriations Act of 2009
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