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"The economy added about 1 million new jobs over the period during which the sequester was supposed to cost 750,000 jobs (or 1.6 million, if you believed Harry Reid)," Tom Giovanetti, economic analyst at the Institute for Policy Innovation, wrote late last year.
"In fact, Nobel Prize-winning economist Gary Becker observed that private-sector job growth has more than compensated for public-sector job losses, which means the effort that formally went toward hobbling the private sector is now being productively put to work in the private sector," Mr. Giovanetti added.