The bailout falters: A market alternative

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Author(s) Pittsburgh Tribune-Review editorial board
Source Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
Date September 30, 2008
URL http://www.pittsburghlive.com/x/pittsburghtrib/opinion/archive/s_590746.html
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Quotes-start.png "Republicans and Democrats sent a strong message Monday in rejecting the U.S. Treasury's plan to put up, if need be, $700 billion to take bad debt off Wall Street's ledger. While it was a well-intentioned move to inject some confidence in the American financial system and forestall greater market deterioration, it left the horrible taste of dirigisme -- economic planning and control by the state -- in the mouths of too many." Quotes-end.png


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