The insurgent presidential bids of Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders have roused Americans who are angry and anxious about an economy they feel has left them behind.
Most economists have a brighter view. They say that while many people haven't benefited much since the recession ended, a stronger economy lies ahead.
An Associated Press survey this month of nearly three dozen economists found that a majority thinks the United States remains resilient enough to defy a global slump and the sinking stock markets that have raised fears of a new U.S. recession. With job growth solid, higher wages and spending should offset global threats and support growth, they say.
That may be overstating it a bit, but I'm trying to bring the song back for the Democrats. Where have ye gone, FDR!