4/4/2013
Reuters

America's fiscal performance closely tracks that of Greece, but so far the U.S. has avoided plummeting into Grecian chaos, writes Ed Dolan. That's partly because America has control of its own currency, but it's also because, on closer inspection, the U.S. economy is stronger and better managed than that of Greece. "By comparison, U.S. fiscal policy perhaps deserves a passing mark, but only barely," Dolan writes.

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