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As it celebrates 70 years of the "People's Republic," China shouldn't forget its rise was made possible by its turn away from communism.
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In spite of the fact we are told the US is in the grip of a gun violence crisis, new FBI data shows murder rates dropped for the second year in 2018, falling back near 50-year lows.
It is not true that a growing economy will lead to price inflation. A growing economy is an increasingly productive economy and leads to dollars chasing a larger number of goods and services — causing deflation.
It is frequently allege that, under capitalism, people aren’t paid what they are worth to employers. But the commonly-drawn implication that state intervention will improve things is false.