Is there a tipping point for U.S. debt?

Mark Garrison Mar 25, 2013
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Is there a tipping point for U.S. debt?

Mark Garrison Mar 25, 2013
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A country with lots of debt isn’t going to see much growth, right? That’s a widely-held belief among the political class, supported by well-funded bipartisan PR campaigns. But many economists just don’t agree.

Bloomberg senior writer David Lynch joins Marketplace’s Mark Garrison to explain both sides of the debt debate.

 

 

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