Westchester Business Journal: “Bottom-up or top-down government”

Lubin professor John James argues in his most recent column for the Westchester Business Journal in an informed public discussion of social welfare.

Lubin professor John James argues in his most recent column for the Westchester Business Journal for an informed public discussion of social welfare.

From the article:

We Americans face major choices. Do we want to create a government program providing cradle-to-grave security for all our citizens? Are we willing to give up our bottom-up approach to government in favor of top-down centralized planning and decision-making? Both Obama Care and Dodd-Frank require such a system. The current deliberations in Congress and at numerous statehouses are wrestling with these questions. It is clear the Democratic Party has moved and continues to move toward a more centralized top-down form of government. The decisions will be political, and, as the French say, “a votre choix!”

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