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Analysis: Capitalism's raw edge on display

Bolaji Ojo
9/23/2008 03:00 PM EDT

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re: Analysis: Capitalism's raw edge on display
fa4   10/19/2008 1:37:08 PM
"...Capitalism is not a government-driven process. It is a system that has taken hundreds of years to evolve and, like a hurricane, it is directed and moved by the forces that shape it and not by the whims of mere mortals..." Please, maintain a certain level of decency when submitting articles like this! Who directs these forces if not human mortals ? It's up to our government and the State, to impose these restrictions and avoid that what happened represents again in the future. I mention the State on purpose as it's often seen as the Evil in North America (US), country with 50 million people without a social security. True, these people are moved exactly by those forces that you mention....

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