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If not, it might not be an outlandish stress test to take your 3-5 years and double them. In which case you're looking at possibly 10 years.
Without having to bring up the Great Depression, the 1970s crises also spanned ~10 years.
With the current economic conventional wisdom I can't see how we can avoid at least another 5 years of stagnation.
Economics is politics by other means
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