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Why Government Stimulus Sometimes Looks like It Revives the Economy

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12/05/2020Frank Shostak

Even when an economic bust appears, there may still be enough real savings in the economy to quickly put the economy back on track. This is what brings economic recovery, not artificial "stimulus."

Original Article: "Why Government Stimulus Sometimes Looks like It Revives the Economy".

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