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After two decades of generally declining homicide levels, the District recorded fewer than 100 killings in 2012 for the first time since the Kennedy administration.
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Harry Truman longed for a one-armed economist who couldn't tell him, "But, on the other hand . . ." As the economic mismanagement of the 1970s is forgotten and the profession's confidence soars, however, the opposite has emerged: The two-fisted economist. These scholarly brawlers self-assuredly venture far beyond their traditional topics.