But the idea that tax reform will jump-start an economy suffering from the after-effects of a cyclical downturn is nonsense.
Summers and his economic team had an unenviable job, figuring out a way to jump-start the economy after the collapse of 2008.
So what can you eat to burn calories and jump-start your metabolism?
Attorney General Eric Holder announced Monday his intent to jump-start the office—a crucial engine of the civil-rights movement.
Within his own administration, Obama had to jump-start a policy that had effectively ground to a halt in 2011.
Progressive economic ideas will jump-start the economy and create jobs.
But Obama has to test himself as well and put some smart compromises on the table to jump-start serious negotiations.
The White House, she said, is “not doing enough to jump-start negotiations.”
Facebook did not return a call querying about men using the social networking site to jump-start their fantasizing.
I'd totaled about three hours of sleep, and even three cups of the Turk's caffeine mud failed to jump-start my brain.
The act or process of starting or setting in motion something that is stalled or sluggish: Linden teacher gives kids jump-start on information highway
To start a car by attaching cables to the battery from a car that runs; start anything that resists going: They finally jump-start that poor dumb animal/ Mubarak Tries to Jump Start Stalled Mideast Peace Talks (1980s+)