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Is America Becoming A Vast Debtor's Prison?

Submitted by Shaun Bradley via The Foundation for Economic Education, Since the United States was founded, citizenship has represented a safe haven from oppressive regimes around the world. By preserving the principles of small government and free markets, those who were willing to work hard found success, and America became a magnet for innovation. But as the U.S. continues to erode personal and economic freedom, more people than ever before are handing over their U.
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