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Maintaining the presidents higher spending levels will require raising taxes for all Americans, including an 11% increase on those earning less than $200,000.
Broadening the tax base and sharply lowering marginal tax rates can raise gross-domestic-product growth by a half to a full percentage point per year over a decade.
The Romney economic program will change the direction of policy to focus on economic growth.
10 questions that will enable voters to understand the candidates economic philosophy and evaluate their proposals.
Differences between the Romney and Obama budget approaches.
The U.S. is on an unsustainable fiscal trajectory, with a debt-to-gross domestic product ratio projected to rise to second world war levels in the coming years.
Bipartisan agreement can start with the recognition that the status quo won't hold: The U.S. government's deficit and the national debt are now on unsustainable paths.