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JOHN F. WASIK

Credit crisis is far from over, but rescue package has short-term relief for Main Street

October 8, 2008

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While Washington's financial rescue program may not cure the credit crunch or the foreclosure crisis, there are numerous palliatives for Main Street savers, taxpayers, and homeowners. (Full article: 463 words)

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