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Takeaways from Professor Thomas Philippon's book, "The Great Reversal," are spotlighted

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Excerpt from City Journal -- "NYU economist Thomas Philippon’s 2019 book, The Great Reversal: How America Gave Up on Free Markets, was motivated by his observation that European economies have advanced past the U.S. in—as his primary example—'home Internet access.' Citing a survey indicating that U.S. households paid about $66 a month for residential broadband while German households paid just $36, he asks, 'How did the U.S. . . . become such a laggard?'”

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