Jeffrey Tucker, publisher and executive editor of Laissez-Faire Books, discusses why public institutions have no creative capacity or ability to innovate; the poor alternatives to public schools in our crippled free marketplace; how governments severely limit the transit of people and goods across borders in the so-called age of globalism; the boring repetitiveness of US foreign policy; and the millions of blissfully-ignorant Americans.
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