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Residential Real Estate: When Less Stimulus Would Be More Stimulating

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Fri, 8 Apr 2011

Living standards have reliably risen for decades for a very fundamental reason: because the configuration of labor and capital which is our economy is constantly in motion and forever realigning itself so as to become ever more efficient at producing the goods and services wanted and needed by soci

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