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Economic growth the right way

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President Bush, too, is expected to back a stimulus program — one that reportedly will shun more spending and focus instead on incentives for businesses to invest in new equipment and tax relief for wage earners.

Sensing an enormous chasm between these two camps? You’re right. In fact, it’s hard to envision any bipartisan consensus emerging that would satisfy both pro-growth economic conservatives and their liberal colleagues.

What, specifically, can the president do unilaterally to spur real, and permanent, economic growth?

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