Policy Options Dwindle As Economic Fears Grow

09/04/2010 01:57 pm ET | Updated May 25, 2011

THE American economy is once again tilting toward danger. Despite an aggressive regimen of treatments from the conventional to the exotic -- more than $800 billion in federal spending, and trillions of dollars worth of credit from the Federal Reserve -- fears of a second recession are growing, along with worries that the country may face several more years of lean prospects.

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