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Business is too big when it needs government subsidies to succeed

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It's one of the great miracles of corporate cronyism: Revenues exceeding $81 billion for American aerospace giant Boeing haven't led to greater independence in the marketplace for the firm. Instead, the firm's unsavory reliance on a taxpayer-backed government lending stifles competition. The manufacturer's preoccupation with keeping open its access to the government dole comes at a moment when...

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