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Business of post-midterms Washington is . . . business

Many Americans angry over the rising economic inequality may not vote for the Republicans again if they conclude the GOP will spend the next two years rewarding the One Percent

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With the GOP now in control of Congress, it's safe to say American business owners are in a great mood and their lobbyists in Washington are working extra time.

ONE of the Republican Party's political icons has been former US president Calvin Coolidge, an ardent proponent of free-market economics who had presided over the American economic boom during the so-called Roaring Twenties of the preceding century, at a time when Ronald Reagan was starting his