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Would President Romney Embrace Stimulus?

Paul Krugman tells Ezra Klein that, although Mitt Romney's advisers are Keynesians, Republicans would never let them propose a Keynesian plan to end the recession: If Mitt Romney is elected with the team we think he’ll have — guys like Greg Mankiw and Glenn Hubbard — will some of these ... More »
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