Thursday, December 1, 2011

More Like China?

I think not. 

Believe it or not, there are some who still adhere to the old religion of central planning.  Andy Stern has a piece in today’s WSJ about just that.  He says for us to be successful, we (the United States) need to be more like China.  While at SU, I remember a prof at Maxwell that said pretty much the same thing.  Utter and complete non-sense.   Andy must learn to look beyond the seen for the unseen.  If he did so, I'm sure his view of China would change.

Read it for yourself here.


Here's a link to the American Enterprise Institute with a few pithy comments on Mr. Stern's WSJ piece.
Click here.

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