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Op-Ed: Obama Should Risk Going Off The 'Fiscal Cliff'

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Negotiations between the White House and Republican leaders have reached a stalemate over how best to avoid going off the so-called fiscal cliff. Robert Kuttner, founder and co-director of the American Prospect, argues that the president should hold his ground in this debate, even if it means triggering the tax hikes and spending cuts.
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