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What Really Spurred the Great Recession?

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Tue, 2 Jul 2013

Many people would no doubt like to forget all about the great recession. The blame has been pinned, squarely and often, on inadequate oversight of U.S. financial institutions, which created ever more complex and risky mortgage instruments, lured people to buy homes they could not afford, and brough

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