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    An interesting statement from Bill Clinton, BUT is there any truth to it?

    There’s not a single example on our planet, not one, where an anti-government strategy has produced a vibrant economy with strong and broad-based growth and prosperity” – Bill Clinton

    MORE: http://hosted2.ap.org/OHCOL/8ef5320729ce4298abefc1903704c7d5/Article_2011-10-01-Clinton-20%20Years%20Later/id-e8879f300a45440caf251e22dc0d1d60


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    When the colony of Virginia was first founded, it was communist (before communist was a word). After a short time, it was headed towards extinction. Only after securing property rights did it begin to prosper. There was also anarchy in parts of Pennsylvania during the colonial era that progressed very well. Removing the Smoot-Hawley tariff was “anti-government strategy”. That didn’t help the economy?


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    China seems to have done OK in some respects.

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