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September 18th, 2006
Chris Phoenix: Hal posed a question yesterday: "I'd be interested in a new blog post outlining your ideas about how MM could lead to greater wealth concentration. That seems an unconventional suggestion, I think most people would expect the opposite."
I'll start with a caveat: This post is a product of my reasoning, not an attempt to explain a standard economic theory.
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