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One way to make sure your economic argument is sound is to take the strongest argument of somebody opposite of you, and understand how they got to that position.  An example would be a free-market advocate making the strongest case they can for a command economy.  It doesn't mean they endorse that position, but it is a good thought exercise, to understand where your ideological opponents are coming from.  So, what is an economic position you do not hold, and what is the strongest case you can make for it?

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