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  • "But I think Paul can do better than, say, Romney, if he can present the free-market view as providing broad opportunity rather than as a system that protects the existing rich (crony capitalism)," Mr. Miron said in an email.

    Paul speech a test for 'new' GOP →

  • Jeffrey Miron, professor of the economics of libertarianism at Harvard University, said he would be "surprised if Paul, or other Republicans, make large inroads."

    Paul speech a test for 'new' GOP →

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