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Topic - Peter May
A federal law that essentially bans any more construction on the National Mall might prevent an attempt to "nationalize" the District of Columbia World War I Memorial, a National Park Service official said Tuesday.
"The broad mass of people do not have money to buy these products," he said. "Your target group is very limited, but it is growing because globalization is a reality."
While only the wealthiest people in most nations can afford many of these products, as a group they control huge amounts of money and are one of the fastest-growing markets in the world, he said.