The Economy Is Looking Stronger No Thanks To Washington

In many ways, the U. S. economy is bouncing back from the 1990-91 recession along classic lines. Consumers are spending again. Businesses, after slashing their inventories during the downturn, are now caught with their stockpiles down. So companies are boosting production in order to catch up. It's a recovery process that has unfolded throughout the postwar era.

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