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If you have a hammer …

12 October 2018 By Richard Beales

Ex-Fed boss Alan Greenspan and journalist Adrian Wooldridge have penned a fast-paced history of the good wrought by American entrepreneurs. But their solutions for today’s perceived stagnation – less welfare and fewer regulations – undervalue the adaptability of their subjects.

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