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Fifty years ago

(August 17, 2017 03:52 PM, by Scott Sumner) Fifty years ago, the Red Guards were rampaging through the streets of Beijing. Chairman Mao issued weird, over-the-top statements about the evils of American capitalism. Free markets were seen as exploitation, as a sort of winner-take-all. Meanwhile, the US was... (0 COMMENTS)
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