Who are the presidential candidates in the 2016 elections that are really Pro-Market and who are actually only Pro Business. Who gets money from special interests and who is more independent. A new Index created by the Stigler Center at the Booth School in University of Chicago sheds a new light on the candidates and their economic policy.
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