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The U.S. Congress: From One Crisis to Another, The Politics of Debt Default

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House Republicans, spurred by Tea Party members who practice no party discipline toward the Republican Party except to themselves, and reneging on a decades-long bipartisan tradition, refused to raise the nation's debt ceiling, thus threatening to push the U.S. government toward debt default. They demanded that the Obama administration concede to freezing tax revenues and to enacting massive spending cuts. In the midst of a financial crisis and an economic slowdown, such huge public spending cuts could have pushed the U.S. economy toward an economic depression similar to the 1930's Great Depression.

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Many millions of good jobs would surely return to ... by Lance Ciepiela on Monday, Feb 11, 2013 at 10:39:46 AM