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President Obama schools Silicon Valley CEOs on why government is not like business

The hoariest chestnut in the larder of anti-government conservatives is that government should be run like a business. This assertion is typically just a stalking horse for policies that narrowly benefit conservative patrons— lower taxes on corporations and the wealthy, less regulation, the contraction...
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