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May 9, 2005
An answer to a six-letter bad word Dear Editor: I read with some amusement and a certain amount of amazement Mr. Scheifelbein’s comments in the April 25 issue of your paper. Our society has long accepted that our capitalistic economy should seek and attain a number of goals; efficiency, consumer sovereignty, stable prices, sufficient competition and economic equity to name a few. Many times these goals conflict with ...

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