Economic Freedom: How Does The U.S. Stack Up?

The worldwide collapse of socialism has revolutionized the theory of economic development. Formerly, most academic economists, as well as those in the CIA, believed that growth was fueled by high rates of investment, access to cheap natural resources, the ability to absorb the latest technology, and, most important, a central plan to insure against the "anarchy of the market."

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