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Policing the Gulf US Inspectors and Pakistani Constables

dominated the national economy, and foreign trade was a tight monopoly of the centre. This is a Proudhonian economy, a mass of independent enterprises and authorities, curbed by a market. There are four million small rural enterprises, producing half the national industrial output

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