February 2009
American Conservative;2/23/2009, Vol. 8 Issue 4, p4
The author comments on the efforts of U.S. President Barack Obama to resolve national financial crisis though the passing of the economic assistance legislation. He questions the implications of the legislation and Obama's economic forecast for the economic prospect of the country. He also notes the possible outcome of the government spending for financial crisis management.


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