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Fixing The Economy: Obama Gets Specific

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Fixing The Economy: Obama Gets Specific

Economy

Fixing The Economy: Obama Gets Specific

Fixing The Economy: Obama Gets Specific

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Long before November's job numbers were released, President-elect Barack Obama had been promising to revitalize the nation's economy. In Saturday's radio address, he laid out part of his plan, including the creation of millions of jobs through investments in national infrastructure.

Host Scott Simon talks with NPR News Analyst Juan Williams about the new administration's plans to solve the country's financial woes.