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According to some economists, neither high unemployment nor large deficits will keep the economy from rebounding. How to make this a parallel sentence?

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    It's already parallel.

    neither high unemployment (= conjunction + adj + noun)

    nor large deficits (= conjunction + adj + noun)

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