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It is never quite empty on the other side. / So, always leave the door unlocked / to allow strangers passage into your world.
The market is not perfect, and consumers are often ignorant and manipulable. But the real question is this: Will government do...
In a private education market, we are all free to find or start schools in line with our values.
Despite a shared philosophy, progressive groups must fight for a finite pool of tax dollars.
The economic problem of scarce resources becomes more difficult to solve as technology expands.