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Forgive Us Our Debts: The Intergenerational Dangers of Fiscal Irresponsibility Forgive Us Our Debts: The Intergenerational Dangers of Fiscal Irresponsibility

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"Andrew Yarrow blends his skills as a journalist, historian, and policy insider to address issues absolutely critical to our future and that of our children. Don't just read it; make sure your neighbor does, as well."
--Dr. C. Eugene Steuerle, co-director, Urban Institute-Brookings Institution Tax Policy Center, and former deputy assistant secretary of the Treasury under President Reagan

"There's good debt and bad debt. Either can be handled responsibly or left for others to worry about. God grant us the wisdom to recognize the difference and to do the right thing. Meanwhile, read Andrew Yarrow's uniquely clear-eyed look at the issue."
--Jared Bernstein, director of the Living Standards Program, Economic Policy Institute

"Andrew Yarrow's Forgive Us Our Debts should be mandatory reading for everyone who cares about America's future economic health. Yarrow's concise, clearly written prose explains why deficits really do matter, for all of us, and for our children and grandchildren."
--Charles Kolb, president, Committee for Economic Development

"Yarrow uses his journalistic talent and his deep knowledge of history and public policy to show the dangerous economic consequences of America's impending tsunami of federal debt. He explains that we must act now to control entitlements and return our nation's finances to long-term sustainability for the sake of future generations."
--Stuart M. Butler, Ph.D., vice president, Domestic and Economic Policy Studies, Heritage Foundation