The roads, the electrical grid, the indoor plumbing… didn’t just happen because a bunch of raggedy, barefoot, outhouse dwelling poor folk created a demand for multinational corporations to fill. It was the liberal reign of terror in the New Deal.
February 11, 2017
Market Forces vs The New Deal and Social Democracy
By Adam Broad
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