Analysis: Sequester could end U.S. economic recovery

02/28/2013 | Economist (tiered subscription model), The

The housing market's vitality has been enough to help the U.S. economy survive austerity so far, but headwinds from the sequestration may be enough to shut down the economic recovery, according to The Economist. "If you wanted to cut the deficit in the most damaging way, you'd choose the sequester," the magazine notes.

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