Harvard Talks Politics | September 1, 2011 at 11:33 pm

Louis R. Evans on Balancing the Budget Debate

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The balanced budget amendment is a popular proposal among many conservatives, but Louis R. Evans of the Crimson argues that such a measure provides a dangerous and simplistic response to the nation’s debt. Using examples ranging from household debt to American history, Evans suggests that there is no magic number for debt levels.

Read the full article at the Crimson.

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