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They're still throwing things at the wall to see what sticks, which in a lost season is not a bad short-term plan. In a mostly lost decade, it's not a good long-term plan.
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Let's not recklessly lose sight of the vulnerable people it serves. Don't shut it down. Find a middle ground.
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President Clinton advanced liberal goals, chiefly by resisting liberal economic impulses.
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