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Monday, June 16, 2008

He's baaaaack....

If you're old enough to remember Ross Perot's 1992 presidential run, then you certainly remember his signature tool: the charts. Perot would buy large blocks of air time and walk voters through important economic issues using clear charts, common sense, and straight talk. Despite some very odd behavior on his part during the campaign, his clear talk about the economic health of this country was enough to get him close to 20% of the vote.

After an extended absence from the public scene, Perot is back - and he's online, with a new set of charts that anyone can work through to see where things stand today and where they'll stand in the future if current trends continue.

It's a real jolt in general, and it has real implications for public education spending in particular. Take a look.


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