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The election-year battle for the economy should be simple: Obama has a jobs plan, and Romney does not. The president needs to be brutally clear on this point, and on the unambiguous choice Americans face in November, said Nation editor Katrina vanden Heuvel Sunday when she took part in the roundtable on ABC’s This Week, joined by former Minnesota governor Tim Pawlenty, ABC political analyst Matthew Dowd and former Obama economic adviser Austan Goolsbee. For undecided voters craving a government for the 99 percent, knowing what type of America each candidate is fighting for is paramount.

—Zoë Schlanger