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Week In News: Pakistan Rift, Egypt Protests, GOP Debate

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Impatience Grows Over Egypt's Unfinished Revolution

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Deficit-Reduction Panel Plays 'Blame Game'

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The ideas of John Maynard Keynes, seen here around 1940, had great influence over the economic policies that followed the Great Depression and World War II. Walter Stoneman/Getty Images hide caption

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Keynes' Consuming Ideas On Economic Intervention

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Obama Sends Signals To Debt Committee To Act

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Herman Cain Tries To Get Back On Message

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