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March 21, 2009

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» Economist Brad DeLong Defends Geithner Plan; Progressives Respond; Sen. Judd Gregg (R) Joins Republican Chorus of GOP Critics without Explaining the GOP's Much Better Ideas for a Fix from Buck Naked Politics
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» DeLong: Geithner's Way or Mad Max from Discourse.net
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