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  • Aug 15, 2003

    THE WHITE HOUSE BULLETIN

    The National Association for Business Economists this morning released the findings of a survey of its members on economic policy issues, finding that significant majorities believe current monetary policy is about right and that the current health care system needs dramatic reform in a market-oriented direction. Among the findings released today are:


  • Aug 15, 2003

    PETROLEUM AGE IS JUST BEGINNING

    It is hard to imagine how our grandparents and great-grandparents lived at the end of the 19th century. The United States was still largely a rural society, and the amenities we take for granted today were unknown then.


  • Aug 12, 2003

    Homelessness Grows as More Live Check-to-Check

    As Americans file for bankruptcy in record numbers and credit card debt explodes, more workers are a paycheck away from losing their homes. Now the frail economy is pushing them over the edge. With 9 million unemployed workers in July, the face of homelessness is changing to include more families shaken by joblessness.


  • Jul 28, 2003

    Rich Got Richer, Study Says, But So Did Those At Bottom

    Recently, I discussed new Internal Revenue Service data showing that the share of total income going to the richest 400 individuals has increased. However, income is an imprecise measure of well-being. That is better measured by wealth. A new study by the Federal Reserve sheds important light on the distribution of wealth in the United States.



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