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Deregulation: A False illusion

Our government must indeed counteract corporate interests to insure fairness and strengthen community interests. Though many argue that true capitalism would eventually produce fair competition and common good, the common man doesn't deserve to wait that long. The past has proven that industrious individuals and corporations are by far more interested in the greatest profit than the preservation and continuation of the common good. Therefore, if the government doesn't step in to control the power of corporations, all but a privileged few will suffer.

The idea of giving the power back to "the peopleaE...

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