The free-market paradigm has been losing popular support for two decades. This trend is evident in opinion surveys asking people about the merits of competition, the desirability of expanding private ownership of business, and whether or not they think wealth creation is a zero-sum game.

Carlos Newland is professor of economic history at ESEADE and Di Tella Universities in Buenos Aires.
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