What would 'Ev' say?

Modic, Stan
January 2009
T & P: Tooling & Production;Jan/Feb2009, Vol. 75 Issue 1/2, p8
Trade Publication
The article presents the author's opinion on the increasing debt in the U.S. The author states that the national debt increases from a trillion dollars to $10 trillion in fiscal 2008. He also discusses how the bailouts started and the proposal of Secretary Henry Paulson for $700 billion bailout plan, which aims to stimulate the availability of credit for small businesses, student loans and auto and home loans.


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