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The Sound of Ideas

Kickstarting the Economy

Posted Monday, December 4, 2006

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The news on economic growth is in from the Fed: the diagnosis? Not stellar, but not terrible either. On The Sound of Ideas, we'll hear from some of the finest local economic minds on where the last year has taken us and what we need to kickstart us out of the region-wide slump. Also, it's maybe the most toxic word in our lexicon, and one Black community group wants to ban it. But can you ban a word? Join the conversation Monday morning at nine on 90.3.


Making Change, Regional Economy/Business - Analysis and Trends, Regional Economy/Business - News


Richard DeKaser, chief econ., National City Bank; Jack Kleinhenz, economist, Kleinhenz & Assoc. Later in the hour, Daniel Zwerdling, NPR correspondent.

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