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March 27, 2009


Victor Rodriguez

I came across an article on http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/1609103/was_last_weeks_stock_market_rally_real.html?cat=3 . It really puts into prospective the recent down turn in the economy.

Rob O'Malley

I just recently read an article by Danny L. McDaniel, a former Sloan Fellow and economic guru who made the arguement if the US is still a manfacturing power why do we import virtually all our durable good products (tv, radio, electronic gadgets, etc.)? It is not how much we manufacture, but what we manufacture.


It is a tough time, with more and more US banks running out of funds... maybe more manufacture would boost that long term?


Advocatus Diaboli

Maybe the government should also be the "employer" of last resort.


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