When the Security and Prosperity Partnership sounded its death knell last year, many blamed the lack of transparency and non-private sector input for fomenting conspiracy theories about a supposedly evil agenda. Even some supporters of the SPP had taken to saying the decision to include only corporate CEOs and exclude everyone else had been detrimental to the initiative.
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