Free and competitive markets have created the most widely-distributed wealth in history.
But free markets only work when they’re fair, and our system is serving fewer and fewer Americans well. Many of the economic problems we face today have roots in government subsidies that distort markets, and ineffective regulations that make them less competitive. We must restore fairness to our market system, pursuing policies designed to create better business conditions for everyone, rather than to maximize profits for existing firms.
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