Are Manufactured Crises the New Norm?

Friday, March 01, 2013

First the fiscal cliff, and now the sequester. Manufactured crises are becoming commonplace in Washington, while voices outside the capital are calling for compromise and an end to the gridlock. Should we get used to these sorts of crises and the same tired responses from Congress and the president?

Two seasoned D.C. watchers join The Takeaway to discuss federal money management in the days ahead. Andrea Seabrook hosts the DecodeDC podcast, and Todd Zwillich is the Takeaway's Washington correspondent. 


Andrea Seabrook and Todd Zwillich

Produced by:

Joe Hernandez

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