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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