Economists' Take There's renewed talk of tax cuts in Washington, but many economists say the federal government won't be able to do much to stimulate the economy. They say additional cuts would come too late to head off the current downturn, and that the economy is simply too large to be much affected by them anyway. NPR's Jack Speer reports.
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There's renewed talk of tax cuts in Washington, but many economists say the federal government won't be able to do much to stimulate the economy. They say additional cuts would come too late to head off the current downturn, and that the economy is simply too large to be much affected by them anyway. NPR's Jack Speer reports.