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Wednesday, Jan. 6, 2021, is a day that will live in infamy. A day where the world watched as our United States Capitol, a beacon of hope and a bastion of democracy was overrun by violent rioters. Let me be clear: what happened was repulsive and a stain on our nation.
The Economic Policy Institute’s Working Economics blog on July 16, 2020, posted an article by Josh Bivens entitled “Recovering fully from the coronavirus shock will require large increases in federal debt — and there’s nothing wrong with that.” This line of thought troubled us then, and troubles us even more now given the events of last week.