Address Jobs Now and Deficits Later

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Op-Ed by two who are not always in agreement: With more than a fifth of the work force expected to be unemployed or underemployed in 2010, there is an economic and a moral imperative to take action. Persistently high unemployment drives poverty up, makes it harder for families to find decent housing, increases family stress and, ultimately, harms children's educational achievement.

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