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Submitted by Jim,MtnViewCA,USA (France), Jan 6, 2010 11:12

Regarding the WSJ, its editorial page is usually fairly conservative but I think its reporters are as liberal as any other paper's. The single worst article I ever read was in the WSJ. Pres Bush was trying to reform Social Security by allowing the individual to control the investment of his or her contributions. The WSJ piece explained in great detail how people are not intelligent enough to do this. I could not believe my eyes. A newspaper read by investors telling them they were too dumb to handle their own money.

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The Future of Capitalism replies:

I think I recall the article you are speaking of; the New York Sun ran an


about it at the time.

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