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No doubt the global recession of 2008 and the resultant high unemployment, housing foreclosures and a volatile stock market are bad, but as dark as it seems, many economists still point to the 1982 recession as being worse. But consider this fact: The personal savings rate in 1982 peaked at 10.9 percent, versus a rate of