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A Debate Like No Other

There were a few moments in Monday night's debate, when an eerie familiarity came over the debate stage. During the first few minutes, the Republican candidate called for tax cuts for the rich and gave a hearty endorsement to the magical thinking of trickle down economics. The Democratic candidate responded by asserting that trickle down economics does not work and by calling for a battery of programs aimed at helping struggling Americans and increasing economic fairness.
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