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Reviving The Economy: What Really Works?

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Reviving The Economy: What Really Works?

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Reviving The Economy: What Really Works?

Reviving The Economy: What Really Works?

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The Gross Domestic Product has hit its lowest level in 27 years, housing starts at a record low, and jobless claims are ballooning.

Against this backdrop, President Obama is pushing a record-setting stimulus package through the Senate.

Can we spend our way out of this problem or would cutting taxes be a better solution? For answers, Tony Cox talks with News & Notes economic contributor Keith Reed.