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Ben Stein: Don't Panic Over the Credit Crunch
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Ben Stein: Don't Panic Over the Credit Crunch

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Ben Stein: Don't Panic Over the Credit Crunch

Ben Stein: Don't Panic Over the Credit Crunch
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In a column this week in The New York Times, actor and economist Ben Stein argues that the credit crunch and subprime market mess do not mean the sky is falling on the U.S. economy. For one thing, he says, subprime loans helped many people get into homes.

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