'Three percent solution' is shot in the arm that the economy needs

Davis, J. Morton
February 2009
Hill;2/11/2009, Vol. 16 Issue 16, p28
The article focuses on the recession experienced by the U.S. which is conceived to be the worst of times with the continuous fall of housing prices and home foreclosures proliferate.


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