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Bush & Kerry: a Big Divide on Health Care, Social Security, Investments and Saving
The New York Review of BooksLink to more items from this source
Oct. 3, 2004

Excerpt: Judging from the economic proposals that the two candidates have offered, and in President Bush's case from those he has actually carried out during his first term, the fundamental economic issue of this election involves the respective roles of work and saving -- of labor and capital -- in the economy we seek to create. Do we value and encourage one, or the other, or both?

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