America's Fiscal Constitution
This event took place at the second annual San Antonio Book Festival, held on April 5, 2014, and was filmed in the auditorium of the San Antonio Central Library.
Bill White talked about his book, America’s Fiscal Constitution: Its Triumph and Collapse, in which he discusses America’s history of limiting how federal debt is used and the abandonment of those limits since 2001.
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Evan Smith Co-Founder, CEO and Editor in Chief Texas Tribune
Bill White Mayor [R] Houston
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