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The U.S. banking system is simply not a free market system, so it's nutty to think that there can be a free market solution to the problems that we're facing. Thus far, all of the deregulation and free marketeering has only served to make bankers rich and destabilize the system. Do we really want more of that?

Sure, sure, I know that Ron Paul and the elimination of the Fed is the answer for many, but I've yet to be convinced that this is any more of an adviseable route. 

Today on Fool.com I tackled this issue of treating a government-controlled system with free market solutions.

Matt

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