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One reason corporate welfare is so hard to kill is the problem of "concentrated benefits and diffuse costs." A subsidy program might irk taxpayers, but how much time and money will taxpayers spend to kill a program that costs them each $20 per year? A lot less than the few lucky beneficiaries will spend to save that program. Even worse, regulations often protect big companies from competition....

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