Immigration Policy from a Georgist Perspective

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Immigration Policy from a Georgist Perspective: Restrictionism vs. Open Door or Welcoming The Stranger — Sort Of: Our Ambivalent Immigration System Steve Sklar’s contributions to this talk are likely to be threefold: First, a (brief) summary of the history of U.S. immigration policy, wherein it will be revealed that our national ambivalence to welcoming the […]

JURY DEMOCRACY THE OPPOSITE OF MOB RULE

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JURY DEMOCRACY can solve PROBLEMS that plague MAJORITY-RULE SYSTEMS Sortition (selecting public officials by lottery) gives us true democracy (government by the people),  but fails to give us any aristocracy (government by the best). Majority rule often fails to give us leaders who are either representative or the most competent. Dan Sullivan is the director […]