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The move is part of an effort to harness tourism in Italy to kick-start the economy.
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The Doc Incubator matches directors with Newsweek and Daily Beast reporters to kick-start feature-length documentaries.Frenemies: The Curious, Clashing Relationship of Obama and Netanyahu (VIDEO)|The Daily Beast Video|April 26, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Reagan managed to kick-start a recovery before he ran for re-election.