Neil Buchanan

George Washington University

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Economist and Professor of Law at George Washington University

Neil Buchanan on KCRW

Late last night, the President and Congressional leaders  announced a debt-ceiling deal .  The trade-off is deficit reduction that relies entirely on spending cuts and no increases in…

Will the Senate and Congress Pass the Debt-Ceiling Deal?

Late last night, the President and Congressional leaders announced a debt-ceiling deal .  The trade-off is deficit reduction that relies entirely on spending cuts and no increases in…

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