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Topic - Paul Brinkley
Mr. Brinkley said unemployment and underemployment of the proportions in Iraq would create unrest in any country.
Mr. Brinkley said early economic planners had made the understandable mistake of assuming that a free market would rapidly emerge to replace what he described as Saddam's "kleptocracy" and create full employment.