Bush Credits Gains to Tax Cuts

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NPR's Don Gonyea reports on Thursday's news that the U.S. gross domestic product grew in the year's third quarter at a 7.2 percent annual rate, the strongest growth since 1984. President Bush, basking in news that could help his re-election effort, credited his tax cut for the rise in GDP.



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