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Nicholas Vakkur


I would feel much more comfortable if I knew that those in Washington read this post. The concepts, while at first glance seemingly 'simple', are powerful.

The US economy certainly needs the type of pruning you describe in order to succeed in new economic conditions. I wonder if the same might apply to our government--is our system of government adaptable, such that with fine tuning it may be possible to respond to crises more effectively? If so, what type of systemic changes (e.g., pruning) are warranted? How might this concept apply to the California state budget "crisis"? (Has traditional government become less relevant?). These are a few of the thoughts inspired by your post.

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