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Why the Economy Prospers Under Democrats

Simon Rosenberg, U.S. News: For the world, this new age of globalization has been arguably among the best in human history. Incomes have risen, life spans have lengthened, educational levels are at historic highs, trade has exploded, science and technology have taken extraordinary leaps and far more people are capable of contributing and doing today than ever before in human history.
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