“Across the U.S. a Long Recovery Looks Like a Recession” (TIMES, 10/13/10)

          What is happening to the English language in the USA, where it is the official means of communication?

          If a “long recovery” (?) resembles a “recession,” why is it identified that way? What is it that’s recovering?

          And again we read that “this recession has been more severe than any since the Great Depression.” That being the case, shouldn’t the media refer to it as a depression?

          If a physician diagnosis a compound fracture as a mild sprain, the patient will not b



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