Lull in US Economy

Host Bob Edwards talks to James Glassman of the American Enterprise Institute about the year-long lull in the US economy. Glassman says three things could be contributing to the slump: the sliding Euro, rising oil prices, and the possibility of one-party control in the federal government.



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