I have written a few hubs on this subject and your question has done me and probable everyone else a favour; as it gave me the opportunity to do a little housekeeping and put the most salient hubs together in one place for easy access. So you will have the background and a couple of solutions to the current mess.
Hope this helps you to find the answers you are looking for.
Let me know you views.
Unfortunately I am not allowed to post the link here for some reason so you will have to put it in manually.
'How the government controls the public debt'
should find it.
by FitnezzJim9 months ago
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by Demas W Jasper11 months ago
In March 2017 the national debt of the USA will become $20 Trillion.Someone had a party, but who?From $10 Trillion in 2008 to $20 Trillion in the first quarter of 2017, America's government spent wildly beyond its...
by Jack Lee5 days ago
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by crazymom33 years ago
What is the government doing to pay off the national debt? How is it being paid off?
by spbarton215 years ago
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by Flightkeeper7 years ago
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