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Without the permanent intervention of the state, there would be no functioning capitalism. No economic branch depends on the state like the financial branch. The deregulation since the early 1980s was based on the trick of slandering state regulations as strait-jackets that could strangle the free development of the financial markets and the economy. Capitalism is an extremely volatile system that tends to periodic crises.
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