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If there was any doubt that the U.S. economy is recovering, that now seems like a myth.

Gross domestic product grew at its longest-ever annual pace in the first three months of the year — a feat that was largely due to a strong rise in consumer spending. It increased 1.3 percent in the three months through June, according to Commerce Department data. That’s still a little below the pre-recession average of 2.6 percent growth, but it’s a solid start. The first-quarter economy grew less than 3 percent in 2011 and 2012 — less than a quarter of previous recoveries.

The consumer spending component of gross domestic product — the figure that represents what you might call the heart of the U.S. economy — is also growing stronger than the economy as a whole. On a quarter-by-quarter basis, GDP rose 3.2 percent, the most since the summer of 2009, and it’s on track to add another 1.9 percent this year.

Economists are anticipating the economy will pick up speed in the second quarter, just like it has over the past few years. And that is good news for the economy, but it’s important not to overstate its impact.

The latest figures show that the unemployment rate ticked down, from a high of 7.2 percent