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A Great Paragraph from Scott Sumner

(October 12, 2016 01:54 AM, by David Henderson) Now, journalists want to paint Greenspan as a great free-marketeer, as if he spent his career fending off cries for more financial regulation. In fact, there was a consensus in the 1980s that inter-state banking had to arrive and that... (0 COMMENTS)
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