Monday, March 4, 2013

Sequester Graphic

I like the image at the top left, because it gives a good sense of the relative size of what’s cut and what’s not:


Note that there is some debate about whether the smallest black square should fall within the large brown square as shown here, or whether it should be lumped with the middle-sized black square. If you do the latter, the two black squares would be the same size (that’s the breakdown that I used in last week’s Powerpoint presentation).

The is from a piece entitled “”Cuts Roll In as Time Runs Out” which appeared in the March 1 issue of The Wall Street Journal.

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