TIME: "Angry and Depressed About the Recession? Good!"

July 21, 2011

January 21, 2009

Anger is usually seen as a negative emotion, but it has at least one effect that would be useful in undoing the recession. Right now, banks aren't lending enough, and too many consumers are hiding whatever liquidity they have under their mattresses. Both banks and consumers need to be a little more risky.

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