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Uncommon Ground – Bringing The State Back In

Uncommon Ground | Mar 30, 2009

There are just too many millions below the scope of ‘efficient’ markets and beyond the reach of most NGOs.
Whenever the family travelled together, while most of us would admire the greenery, my father-in-law would sigh ecstatically over the beauty of the giant pylons striding across the fields. To him, they represented the engineering talent and achievements of the public sector, munificently straddling the commanding heights of the economy.

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