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Letís Party like it is 1994

February 27, 2018

Once one buys into the respective frameworks, the conclusions are inevitable. Hence a debate over the different points of views essentially evolves into a debate about the key assumptions made by the different proponents. Rather than debate the key assumptions, we looked for a time period that we could use to refute these conclusions. We think we found one: the early 1990ís, about 2 years into the Clinton administration.

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