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"The American sugar market can only be described as a government-mandated cartel, which would likely be deemed illegal if it had arisen without government assistance," wrote Luke Gelber, a manager at Citizens Against Government Waste. (Associated Press)
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"The American sugar market can only be described as a government-mandated cartel, which would likely be deemed illegal if it had arisen without government assistance," wrote Luke Gelber, a manager at Citizens Against Government Waste. (Associated Press)

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