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Ford's administration was plagued by the problem of
Gerald Ford faced the economic problems known as stagflation: a debilitating mix of rapid inflation, high unemployment and slow economic growth. In 1974 he tried to tame runaway prices by urging Americans to wear WIN pins, for "whip inflation now". [ ]
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