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Why Long-term Debt Solutions Require a Break from Sequestered Thinking

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Thu, 7 Mar 2013

Published with permission from  Knowledge @ Wharton , Wharton’s online business journal. U.S. policymakers now seem compelled to make dramatic budget cuts that many have pushed for, but also avoided. Political skirmishes have played out over fiscal cliffs, debt ceilings and the so-called sequester

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