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For Obama: Jobs and the economy

In your speech at the Democratic National Convention, you said the nation needs relentless experimentation in its efforts to recover from the recession, along the lines of what President Roosevelt did during the Depression. What would that entail? You set a goal of creating 1 million new manufacturing jobs. How would you do that? Do we need to take stronger steps to address currency manipulation by China? Do you advocate an additional stimulus package, and if so, what form would it take? In what way would your approach to economic recovery differ from your policies of the last four years?
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