Argument: Stimulus inadequate to impact massive US economy
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Eliot Spitzer. "Robots, Not Roads". Slate. Jan. 5, 2009: "the capacity of even the U.S. government to affect the overall global economy is limited. Suppose the package is $800 billion over two years: $400 billion is less than 1 percent of the global economy and a mere 3 percent of the U.S. economy. In relative terms, $400 billion isn't all that much more than the $152 billion spent on the 2008 stimulus, which had nary an impact on the economy."