Throughout the debate about the deficits and debt, you've probably heard a certain metaphor: One that compares the nation
to a household. Well, that metaphor bothers one of the nation's leading economists, Robert Shiller of Yale University.
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A 7.3 magnitude earthquake has struck off the coast of Japan. While there are no reports of significant damage, how are the Japanese responding a year and a half after the country's previous tsunami disaster?