Don Peck

The Atlantic

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Features Editor at The Atlantic magazine and author of Pinched: How the Great Recession Has Narrowed Our Futures and What We Can Do about It

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President Obama  challenged Congress  last night to shut down the "political circus" in Washington and work together--before next year's election.

President Obama and the American Jobs Act

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The Great Recession wreaked havoc with the economy, and the slow recovery is producing headlines about a possible "double-dip." Americans have a right to be worried, and they are.

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