The abrupt halt in large parts of economic activity has spurred hopes, as indicated by Monday’s market rally, that when the growth engine is turned back on, the U.S. will be turbo-charged and ready to roar.

What is more likely to happen is an economy that might rev hard at first but may be prone to sputtering, stalling and wheezing before finally hitting cruising speed.

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