We are stuck in the midst of the most feeble economic recovery since World War II. Gross domestic product (GDP) is currently growing at an annual rate of 2.4 percent, well below the 4.9 percent average for postwar recoveries. The causes of slow growth are the persistence of declining wages and the growth of earnings inequality.
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