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Did <strong>F. Scott Fitzgerald</strong> fancy himself a social critic, a foe of market capitalism? Well, he wouldn't be the first such critic to relish capitalism's fruits

Did F. Scott Fitzgerald fancy himself a social critic, a foe of market capitalism? Well, he wouldn&#39;t be the first such critic to relish capitalism&#39;s
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Did F. Scott Fitzgerald fancy himself a social critic, a foe of market capitalism? Well, he wouldn't be the first such critic to relish capitalism's fruits

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