Transcript: Thom Hartmann & Stephen Moore: how to build an economy that works for all. December 7, 2011

Thom Hartmann: So how do we build an economy and a country that works for all? That respects the classic American values of caring and fairness and loyalty and sanctity and authority and liberty. Yesterday the president called out trickle-down economics. And first let me welcome my guest, Stephen Moore. Stephen Moore is an economist and editorial board member and senior economics writer for the Wall Street Journal. And Stephen, welcome back to the program.

Stephen Moore: Hey Thom, great to be with you.

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