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Peter Orszag

Cool-headed, warm-hearted economics

By Peter Orszag
December 3, 2006

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THE GREAT British economist Alfred Marshall once spoke of the need for "cool heads but warm hearts" in economic policy. In the face of growing economic insecurity, the Democratic-led Congress taking office in January would do well to heed that approach. (Full article: 815 words)

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