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What if Bernanke Was Always Less Aggressive Than We Thought?

One of the biggest questions in the economics blogosphere has been: "Why is the Federal Reserve repeating the same mistakes that Japan did even though its Chairman has blasted Japan for its own inaction in response to its economic crisis?"
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