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October 07, 2009

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The comments seem to be talking all around the question but not addressing the heart of the entreprenurial debate. The issue should be: How to get state capital around the financial logjam and into the hands of the entrepreneur.
The Chinese and Koreans have solved this problem,and their economies look to be the first out of the slump. The Chinese have used their state banks to force feed the entreprenurial class and the Koreans have achieved the same economic ends with their cherbols.
In contrast the United States is using the highly inefficient TARP and Stimulus to create "make-work" jobs. We seem to have forgotten the other half of JM Keynes work, which dictated that any stimulus should be invested in ventures that are highly productive and economic over the long run. It is not enough to prevent fraud from entering the stimulus effort; the venture stimulated should be an efficient multiplier with good growth prospects.

The United States entered the war to prevent a communist takeover of South Vietnam as part of their wider strategy of containment. Military advisors arrived beginning in 1950. U.S. involvement escalated in the early 1960s, with U.S. troop levels tripling in 1961 and tripling again in 1962. U.S. combat units were deployed beginning in 1965. Operations spanned borders, with Laos and Cambodia heavily bombed. Involvement peaked in 1968 at the time of the Tet Offensive.

The comments seem to be talking all around the question but not addressing the heart of the entreprenurial debate. The issue should be: How to get state capital around the financial logjam and into the hands of the entrepreneur.

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The comments seem to be talking all around the question but not addressing the heart of the entreprenurial debate. The issue should be: How to get state capital around the financial logjam and into the hands of the entrepreneur.


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