The Current Downturn Bears no Resemblance to the Great Depression

This chart presented by Donald Marron’s blog shows the six largest declines in output since the 1930s, and reinforces the notion that while the severity of the current downturn is significant by historical standards, it bears categorically no resemblance to the Great Depression.

[via Greg Mankiw’s blog]

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