The End Of Free-Market Fundamentalism?

Saturday, October 04, 2008 | 03:00 AM

Amid the chaos and chatter about this week's financial bailout, one clear theme emerged in some quarters: The era of free-market fundamentalism is over. But is it, really?

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The End Of Free-Market Fundamentalism?
Nick Penniman
American News Project, Sep 25, 2008
http://americannewsproject.com/node/130

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Barry

not a chance - the nanny state will ride to the rescue, throw god money after bad at the the "market", and then eventually (perhaps after we are all dead ;-) things will recover, and the zealots will claim that the market "corrected itself", and moreover, would have done so quicker if the government didn't intervene ...

Happened before, will happen again

Posted by: Marcello | Oct 4, 2008 4:17:17 AM

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