Repudiating the National Debt

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In the spring of 1981, conservative Republicans in the House of Representatives cried. They cried because . . . they were being asked by the White House and their own leadership to vote for an increase in the statutory limit on the federal public debt, which was then scraping the legal ceiling of one trillion dollars.

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