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In the New Yorker in 1984, John Kenneth Galbraith argued that the Soviet Union was making great economic progress in part because the socialist system made "full use" of its manpower, in contrast to the less efficient capitalist West. [...]economists James Gwartney, Robert Lawson, and Walter Block in their survey, Economic Freedom of the World: 1915-1995, conclude that "No country with a persistently high economic freedom rating during the two decades failed to achieve a high level of income.
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