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April 17, 2009 1:08pm
KS, You left out an interesting historical fact about the Boston tea party. The British government interfered with the market so much that by the end of 1772, one of Britain's "most important commercial institutions" was in "financial crisis". The more they helped the British East India Company, essentially giving it a monopoly on the tea trade, the more it hurt the small business owners. The government had to give up on the revenue from the BEIC and looked to the colonists to make up for it, despite the colonists' disagreement with it. Sound familiar? It was about much more than that, though. It was about representation. This time around, it's about MISrepresentation.

And no, I didn't dress appropriately. I should have taken a sweater, but I don't care. I was glad to be there.
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