Throughout the nominating process, Romney and other Republican candidates have advocated for the political philosophy that has come to be known as “neoliberalism,” which centers on…

April 23, 2012 § Leave a comment

Throughout the nominating process, Romney and other Republican candidates have advocated for the political philosophy that has come to be known as “neoliberalism,” which centers on a market-driven approach to economic and social policy, including such tenets as reducing the size of the national government and granting more control to state and local governments; severely reducing or ending governmental regulation over the private sector; privatization of governmental services, industries, and institutions including education, health care and social welfare; permanent incorporation of across-the-board non-progressive marginal federal and state tax rates; and possibly most importantly, market driven and unfettered “free market” economics.

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