John E. Sununu: Cash for Clunkers - How bad public policy gets made
Enacted in 2009, the $3 billion program was intended to stimulate the economy by offering $4,500 credits for trading older vehicles for newer, more fuel-efficient cars. It was a spectacular failure, at least according to two comprehensive studies.
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