What Postwar Pickup?
As the U.S. economy limps through its third post-boom year of sluggish growth, policymakers from Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan on down have been counseling patience: Let the healing process run its course. Yes, the profits, investment, and jobs picture looked bleak during the dark years. But the underlying economy is basically strong, and a second-half pickup is just around the corner.
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