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Thomas Friedman Calls for Weaker Patent and Copyright Protection and Subjecting Our Doctors to Foreign Competition

That's right, Friedman is actually supporting measures that would help to reverse the upward redistribution of the last four decades. In his column today Friedman identifies himself as a citizen "who believes that America needs a healthy center-right party that offers more market-based solutions to problems; keeps the pressure on for deregulation, freer trade and smaller government.
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