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Shrinking the Government; too big, too powerful, too expensive
Topic Started: Oct 13 2013, 10:24 PM (128 Views)
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Have our governments become too big, too powerful and too expensive?

Once public capital and public credit eliminate the need for profit, the distinction between public services and private services pretty much disappears. Are there any government services that should remain in the "public domain"?
Edited by hostFP, Oct 14 2013, 08:17 PM.
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