Deregulation Is Great, But...
Deregulation has been one of the great driving forces of the New Economy. By removing the heavy hand of government control from key industries, deregulation dramatically increased the flexibility and responsiveness of U.S. corporations in a period of rapid technological and competitive change. Indeed, by making it easier to shift capacity where it is needed, deregulation deserves some of the credit for the current low rate of inflation.
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