WHY THE CRASH LEFT FEW TRACES A year after stock prices collapsed -- surprise -- the economy seems healthier than before last October's unpleasantness. But the financial markets are still scared

Sheeline, William E.; Smith, Sarah
October 1988
Fortune;10/24/1988, Vol. 118 Issue 9, p81
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