In its midyear report to Congress on monetary policy, the Federal Reserve projected an economy that would grow moderately in real terms during the second half of this year and through 1993. Inflation was expected to remain generally repressed.

I would say this is the minimum tolerable growth in real gross domestic product, in view of our unhappy social and economic circumstances. A somewhat faster recovery would certainly be preferable.

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