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Economists say their study, with caveats, finds some linkages.
Rhetoric aside, there may not be much difference between the presidential candidates.
Brad DeLong sees the return of big government.
He wants to cut corporate taxes, but energy and payroll taxes might be headed higher.
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A weak economy and big deficits could limit Democratic spending and tax proposals.
Who are the cooks behind his economic recipe?
His "Global Poverty Act" could force America to spend more than $800 billion to meet U.N. development goals.
It makes for quite a wish list, but can he pay for it?
Fed researchers shed new light on this heated political debate.