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"The Fed Is Leading Us To Economic Hell" Mauldin Warns "Only A Public Outcry Can Stop It"

Submitted by John Mauldin via MauldinEconomics.com, The Fed argues that low rates have worked. The economy emerged from recession. Unemployment drifted back down. “Yay for us,” said the Fed. Don't buy that statistical economic garbage. The economy recovered in spite of Fed policy, not because of it. The economy recovered because business owners, entrepreneurs, and workers rolled up their sleeves and made things happen.
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