WASHINGTON -- Bill Clinton and Jerry Brown both say they want to see a vigorous U.S. economy again. What they disagree on is how to get there.

The two Democratic candidates for President call for promoting jobs and long-term investment. And both look the huge federal budget deficit in the eye and say they can pay for new programs in health care, infrastructure, and other areas by making government leaner.

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