Jacob Heilbrunn

Senior Editor, National Interest

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Senior editor at the National Interest and a contributor to the Huffington Post; author of They Knew They Were Right: the Rise of the Neocons

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The  $787 billion stimulus bill  passed in less than three weeks of a new, Democratic presidency, with just three votes from Republicans whose party was drubbed in the last two…

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The $787 billion stimulus bill passed in less than three weeks of a new, Democratic presidency, with just three votes from Republicans whose party was drubbed in the last two…

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Signed into law today, the  $789 stimulus package  is the biggest thing of its kind since the Great Depression.

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