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A Gleaming Mistake

One of my main concerns about a big federal push for infrastructure spending is the strong chance that much of the spending will follow political rather than economic priorities. If you had an allotment to spend on improving the country’s infrastructure and wanted the highest return for the public, you’d probably spend more on maintenance than on new building. But maintenance isn’t appealing to politicians.
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