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In theory, it makes perfect sense. In practice, it’s made for disaster since 1983.
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Constant growth is the great unaddressed issue of the contemporary USA, even though it is a formula for constant frustration.
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Counterintuitive though it may sound, the greater peacefulness of the world may make the attainment of higher rates of economic growth less urgent and thus less likely.
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