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on May 1, 2007
Schiller definitely covers the info you need to know. There are more than a few points in the book, however, where he puts forth his opinion of certain fiscal policy decisions as an outright fact - he even coughs up a few graphs and charts to back himself up.
I would bet my next 16 paychecks that Bradley Schiller is a die-hard republican. His political leanings are up to him, but a textbook is hardly the place to be putting forth biased political opinions, whether you agree with them or not. If you have an econ class that requires this book, keep an eye out for anything that seems like it might not be a fact - they are incredibly subtle.