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Response to malaise (Original post)

Thu Oct 28, 2021, 08:37 AM

19. Yup, "free" trade removed the remains of regulations from the supply lines

Deregulation wasn't just a stupid idea. It was actually implimented throughout the US. Mergers, acquisitions, consolidation and removal of excess capacity of our distribution and supply system was completed.

And that's why you got a bunch of billionaires making tons of excess wealth off of the broken rubber band of the American market place.

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