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1. The government should nationalise all of its banks.
2. And they're going to nationalise the health service.
3. They also wished to nationalise certain industries.
4. But he didn't want to nationalise them, he just wanted them - for himself.
5. Subsidise it; bail it out; or nationalise it, so that it was protected by the bottomless purse of the taxpayer.
6. But when Mossadeq attempted to nationalise the oil business and depose the shah, the British and American governments authorised a counter-coup that restored the shah to power.
7. It does, however, put the onus of proof, case by case, on those who would nationalise industry.
8. Outrage at what they saw as the pillaging of their resources led many Latin countries to nationalise oil firms.
9. De Beers operates in some tricky countries: Angola is unstable and South Africa has politicians who would love to nationalise its mines.
10. A big test for America's Treasury will be how quickly it recognises the need to nationalise Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac[Sentencedict.com], the teetering mortgage giants.
11. The prime minister, for his part, insists that he does not want to nationalise LBG.
12. The Treasury played down suggestions that it was making emergency contingency plans to shore up Lloyds let alone nationalise the bank.
13. Other Asian markets were buoyed up by reassurances from the US Federal reserve chairman, Ben Bernanke, that the US was not about to nationalise big banks.
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