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“Despite all the economic prosperity, dissatisfaction became greater anddeeper; in fact, things came to such a pass that the conviction that 'itcan't go on like this much longer' became general, yet without people havingor being able to have any definite idea of what ought to have been done.”
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“No, my objective is “will it do what libertarians think itcan?””
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“What matters is what happens in a recession, especially after the Fed has lowered rates as far as itcan.”
“Your principles won't let you justsend them to a hotel out but itcan benevertheless irritating as, ah, heck.”
“Instead of funding Iraq, the government could be spending those $300 billion dollars on cleaning the air (itcan be done).”
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