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“If politicians and bureaucrats can allocate resources more productively than can markets, then economically we should use industrial policy even if no other government does so. But if politicians and bureaucrats can’t allocate resources more productively than can markets, then we should reject industrial policy even if every other government on the globe uses it.” […]

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