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Since 1966, each dollar of additional debt has given the economy less of a boost. In 1966, $1 of debt boosted the GDP by $.93. But by 2007, $1 of debt lifted the GDP by less than $.20.
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- (del) (cur) 02:39, 14 January 2013 . . Eschaton (Talk | contribs) . . 812×631 (53,914 bytes) (As debt levels increased over the last 25 years, GDP was boosted as consumer's bought cars, bigger homes, second homes, went on nice vacations, and basically lived the good life. However, since 1966, each dollar of additional debt has given the economy le)
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