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John Harwood

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Political writer for the New York Times and chief Washington correspondent for CNBC; former senior contributing writer for the Wall Street Journal

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The economic crisis may have increased the American appetite for government intervention, and  President Obama’s budget  calls for intervention on a massive scale.

Obama's Goes All-in with His Budget

The economic crisis may have increased the American appetite for government intervention, and President Obama’s budget calls for intervention on a massive scale.

from To the Point

"Good night, not goodbye for Clinton" reads the  Los Angeles Times headline  today.   Hillary Clinton  won a decisive ten-point victory in yesterday's  presidential primary in…

The Democrats' Race after the Pennsylvania Primary

"Good night, not goodbye for Clinton" reads the Los Angeles Times headline today.  Hillary Clinton won a decisive ten-point victory in yesterday's presidential primary in…

from Which Way, L.A.?

"Good night, not goodbye for Clinton" reads the  Los Angeles Times headline  today.   Hillary Clinton  won a decisive ten-point victory in yesterday's  presidential primary in…

The Democrats' Race after the Pennsylvania Primary

"Good night, not goodbye for Clinton" reads the Los Angeles Times headline today.  Hillary Clinton won a decisive ten-point victory in yesterday's presidential primary in…

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