Putting the economy back together again: What the future holds for Americans
A stylist wearing a protective mask cuts a customer’s hair at a barbershop in Atlanta, Georgia, on Monday, April 27, 2020.
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When the coronavirus crisis, or at least the worst of it, passes, the U.S. economy will still be big — the biggest in the world, with any threat to be overtaken likely put at bay for many years.
But in other ways, things will feel smaller, much smaller in fact.
Growth rates will be lower. Big crowds will be few. Profit margins will be tighter.
Life will continue in many regards, but nothing will be the same, not for a long time. Much of what will become routine daily life will go against instinct. Society will reach for ways to continue churning forward. But that will come with a mind not to repeat the trauma wrought by …continued .
[Source: CNBC News]