The economy took a beating in 2008 and we are still feeling the impact.  Capitalism also took a beating, as the free markets were assigned blame for the meltdown from politicians here in Washington and by many people around the country.  So as government tries to severely regulate Wall Street, should we be worried about the future of capitalism, or will the system thrive despite these additional hurdles?  We ask Brian Wesbury, former chief economist for the Joint Economic Committee.  He is also the author of “It’s Not as Bad as You Think”.

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