September 15, 2011 Headlines: Green Jobs Problems, Income Falls, Chinese-Made Electric Car, and More
WaPo: A green jobs loan program that was supposed to create 65,000 jobs has only created 3,545 jobs so far.
USAT: The typical American household income fell over the past decade.
Ezra Klein: The jobs crisis began in 2001.
WSJ: Is China overly-reliant on exports?
NYT: Paul Krugman on the long-term unemployed Americans living deeply below the poverty line.
WSJ: Will the Fed take anymore quantitative easing steps to fix the economy.
USAT: The first Chinese-made car to be sold in the US is the all-electric Coda.
WaPo: The challenges facing the Supercommittee.
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