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|Subject: Re: More Shutdown Fallout||Date: 10/20/2013 1:21 AM|
|Author: CountNoCount||Number: 18685 of 20068|
Howie: The driver for the world-wide economic boom - and the reduction in world-wide poverty has been the demand for goods and services extending from the overall population growth coming out of the
second world war - driven largely by the western and eastern
economies and by the increased communication - i.e. trade throughout
the world triggered to no small degree by the war. The restriction
of economic growth imposed by the failed communist experiments and the
cold war disappeared - and for a while growth was explosive.
Very impressive. Would you kindly refer us to your scholarly paper (peer reviewed) supporting these claims? Because they sound like pure BS.
I suspect the cold war provided the stimulus for a lot of the growth you attribute to WW II.
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