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    Op-ed column by Mark Trahant
    Gallup, New Mexico (NFIC)

    My family and I walked around the flea market here on a recent Saturday. I’ve always thought this is the ideal representation of unabashed capitalism. It was hot, dusty and there were hundreds of booths and thousands of people buying and selling a remarkable range of goods, animals and services.

    On one hand there are the types of items you’d find at any flea market: Used car parts, clothes, and carnival-quality toys. But add to that mix native foods such as Acoma bread, mutton stew or dried corn; plus traditional products such as mountain tobacco, Navajo and Pueblo jewelry, live sheep and horses, and CD’s loaded with musical selections from traditional to Rez-style Hip Hop.


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