Regaining Americans' confidence

Lincoln, Blanche
January 2008
Hill;1/31/2008, Vol. 15 Issue 11, p16
The author reflects on the economic stimulus package. She affirms her support for the temporary relief to the economy and the various positive implications to individuals as well as the businesses. She states that the stimulus should be the first step in developing a long-term strategy that will revitalize the nation's economy.


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