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December 2013
Moderate Voice;12/27/2013, p12
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The article focuses on the views of the financial advisor regarding the healthcare system by the U.S. President, Barrack Obama, and national debt which indicates negative implications on fiscal and social conditions. It mentions the views of financial advisor, David John Marotta related to the firearms that too are responsible for negative impact on the economic, and social conditions. It highlights the contribution of Wall Street towards national debt, and investment in the defense industry.


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