This may very well be a silly question but I'm trying to cement my understanding of the material in the SICP (http://goo.gl/QXrbtV). My intuition (common sense) says yes, but wondering from a theoretical point of view if this always holds true.
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I've got a simple and elegant answer for you. @k20 hinted at it in his comment.
Yes, there always is. You can simply emulate the call stack that would be created if you ran a recursive process.