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The analysis of Chapter 15 argues that the painfully slow recovery following the Great Recession, in which the accumulation of mistakes during the housing bubble are not being fully corrected, is explained by
A) the Fed's continued attempt to keep interest rates low and "help" the housing sector recover.
B) the negative consequences of deficit policies that attempt to "stimulate" the economy.
C) both of the above reasons.
D) neither of the above reasons.
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