If the Atlanta Federal Reserve Bank's current estimate of GDP growth at a robust 3.7 percent rate in the current quarter--which the Reserve Board's interest-rate setting Open Market Committee itself looks to for the best available sense of where GDP will come out--proves to be reasonably accurate (as it did in the past few quarters), President Obama will have achieved a remarkable but little noticed milestone in economic management.
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