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    "The best thing the Administration and Congress could do for the whole economy, ..., is to rein in those deficits. Yet on this vital front, all hands dither. "

    Hi all,

    What does the front mean to you, thanks?

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    Re: front

    A front is an area in which fighting is taking place - the Russian front; All Quiet in the Western Front. The writer pictures political action on the the economy as a war, with the reining in of deficits as one of the battle areas of this war.

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