Yes, The '90s Were Unusual

But not because of economic growth

In these cushy times, Americans tend to view the 1990s as an exceptional decade for the U.S. economy--ushering in a Golden Age of modest inflation, low unemployment, and strong growth. But an analysis by researchers at the Federal Reserve Bank of St Louis finds that the 1990s weren't all that spectacular.

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