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Matterhorn - Zermat, Switzerland (July 2011) [Photo credit: Maurie Cohen]

As we continue to witness the inescapable withering of the demographic and technological engines that propelled economic growth ever-upward during the second half of the twentieth century, the most fervent champions of growthism will become increasingly out of touch. -- Maurie J. Cohen

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