Walk down any block in Manhattan or Beverly Hills and there are empty storefronts. A lack of foot traffic is obviously not the problem. Each store employed at least 10 people and each store had dependent vendors. Empty stores hurt all stores on the block in business, security and community ambiance. They are tangible signs that our country remains in a depression, not a recession. General Motors DID go bankrupt.
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