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Jackass Economics: Larry Summers’ Plan To Lift The Debt Albatross With Even More Debt

You can see a nasty maneuver developing aboard the Hillary train that may end up being too clever by half. At least, we can hope. What we speak about here is the ill-disguised plan circulating among her policy inner circle to hand Janet Yellen a gold w... The post Jackass Economics: Larry Summers’ Plan To Lift The Debt Albatross With Even More Debt was originally published at The Wall Street Examiner.
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