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West Virginia Is Bleeding Out But Lawmakers Won’t Debate Its Economic Survival

Written by Ted Boettner on October 17, 2018

Forbes – When Alexis de Tocqueville started traveling across the United States in 1831, he was taken aback by the powers granted to the people. But he quickly concluded that such freedoms are fragile — that they are put at risk by the powerful who are positioned to manipulate the economically feeble. Read

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