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U.S. Is Finding Its Role in Business Hard to Unwind

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"[O]ne year after the collapse of Lehman Brothers set off a series of federal interventions, the government is the nation’s biggest lender, insurer, automaker and guarantor against risk for investors large and small," the New York Times reports. "Between financial rescue missions and the economic stimulus program, government spending accounts for a bigger share of the nation’s economy — 26 percent — than at any time since World War II."
SOURCE:   New York Times