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    • Carl
    • 01.02.11 | 12:52 (IST)

    Call her John, then she gets to be the King of England and her character would just be 'strong' or 'determined.' Dropping a load of petty insults largely stemming from her gender doesn't detract from her accurate criticism of free market fundamentalism, which just won't die no matter how many stakes it hammers into its own heart. Competition leads to decentralisation? Yeah as we know, there are always hundreds of winners at the end of each competition, I mean just look at the Olympics: one gold medal between 50 athletes. That's the end result of a competition yes, not a monopoly?

    from the article: The Queen of England (Part II )
    First published 01:59 01.02.11 | Last updated 01:59 01.02.11
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