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In the latest issue of The New Yorker, James Surowiecki argues that the United States doesn't need and shouldn't have a debt ceiling. Mary Louise Kelly talks with Surowiecki about his reasoning.
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- it’s silly for us to be in this situation. We have so many problems in this economy, that spending our time and energy fighting over one that we’ve just created for ourselves, it just strikes me utterly absurd.