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Opposing Candidates Favor Similar Economic Solution: Worker Retraining
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Food stamps aren't "stamps" anymore — they're debit cards. But they won't get you a trip to Hawaii. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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Germany's Painful Solution To High Unemployment
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