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Calling out the masters of dysfunction

It’s autumn, and Congress has once again been again displaying its mastery of dysfunction. The legislators spent weeks sparring over who was to blame for the government shutdown and about the debt ceiling so the federal government can pay its bills on time. But all that spectacular dysfunction masks the real issues, says Furman business professor Tom Smythe, and Congress’ inability to address those issues is the problem. Smythe expressed his views in a Nov. 10 op-ed for The Greenville News.

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