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It is ironic that only a few years after the Soviet Union collapsed, the United States, supposedly the world's principal bastion of free-market capitalism, would embark on a bout of central planning that - in terms of losses and malinvestment - would dwarf any central planning effort in the former Soviet Union.  This central planning effort started innocently enough - as they often do - with a

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