“It’s Not Over” (TIMES, 11/19/10)

The last sentence of this editorial reads: “The recession may be over, but it is not going away.” Precisely what does that mean? 

The economic downturn, which is actually a depression, is far from over. It is being hidden in various ways, so it cannot be properly described.

  Since it has been described as the worst since the end of World War II and even labelled a Great Recession (i.e., as something worse than a recession), would one be remiss to charge that the media, including the TIMES, is deliberately misinforming the public?

When can we expect an honest appraisal of our economic troubles? A newspaper that claims to publish all the news that’s fit to print should lead the way.

What are you waiting for?


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