Out of Ammunition to Combat Recession?

Michael J. Boskin: “Unprecedented long-term monetary stimulus and massive spikes in public-debt burdens have left governments poorly equipped to manage the next economic downturn when – not if – it arrives. The next recession probably will not be as bad as the last one, but advanced economies will be far better prepared for it if they undergo gradual monetary-policy normalization and fiscal consolidation in the meantime.”

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Why Cleaning Up Abandoned Lots Can Reduce Shootings

Francie Diep: "On average, in the year after a clean-up, the areas around remediated lots saw 5 percent fewer shootings...

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