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February 28, 2011


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Ash Faulkner

"...its somewhat surprising and pessimistic conclusion that American economic advancement really began to slow in the early 1970s..."

To anyone that isn't steeped in neoliberal mythology, this is not surprising, and it is not news.

It's funny that the solution is investing in science. Government spending and science - they're the Republicans two favourite things, no?

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