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Do We Really Want a “Whatever It Takes” Economy?

(9/4/23) Debt service is diverting revenue from economic growth. The Fed is stuck between high rates and high inflation. How home builders are revising house plans to meet buyer realities. As goes China, so goes others' economies. Example of economic failure: China's empty cities & transportation systems = artificial growth. No one is using them. The "beauty" Socialism and Communism is always undone by human nature. Do we really want a "Do Whatever it Takes" economy? Why Baby Boomers are the luckiest generation alive: slotted into time period with remarkable market gains. Why are we afraid of recession?

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