In one of the passages I read vilified 19th century robber barons, as if, of all the things in the world, they are what we should fear most. It is outrageous that as we emerge from 20th century which saw well over 100 million murdered by their own governments, we are still be asked to fear 19th century robber barons who committed crimes like lowering the cost of kerosene by 90% so that poor people didn’t have to live in darkness after the sun went down.
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The Sweden Myth Stefan Karlsson
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