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Todd Buchholz Economist & Former Director of Economic Policy under George H.W. Bush
Trying to solve health-care problems by focusing just on demand is like trying to cut rope with only the bottom blade of a scissors. You’ll likely struggle to get the results you desire, and you might even hurt yourself.
Economist Todd Buchholz rails against what America has become: a people who want everything but aren’t willing to pay for it. In “The Price of Prosperity,” he suggests that wealthy nations such as the U.S. inflict harm on themselves, even cause their own demise, by racking up debt, having fewer children and increasing governmental regulations. Economics correspondent Paul Solman reports.
The New York Times, March 2012
Wall Street Journal, June 2012: With the Fed pushing yields near zero, there's no excuse for not issuing longer-maturity bonds.