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

Policy Options Dwindle As Economic Fears Grow

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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