The Pilot accomplished the climb with the a/c following his commands.
WW, Harry Mann
Had the Pilot recovered the STALL, found himself in a high velocity descent, would the a/c have responded with similar control movements, and 'g'? Could he have commanded sufficient Nose Up to exit the dive successfully? Does the a/c limit the g available at the stick to prevent a recovery before hitting the Ocean? What are the limits to a successful recovery (pullout), imposed by the a/c's control system?
Again, a hypothetical.