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Editorial: Pope Francis' mistrust of free markets: A Chicago retort

If Pope Francis ever visits Chicago - it's been nearly 40 years since Pope John Paul II celebrated Mass in Grant Park - his presence would be a major event that illuminates a small contradiction: Chicago, in one specific way, isn't the reigning pontiff's kind of town.

Chicago is a business center and global hub of the futures markets, but Pope

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