Before you have answers, you must have questions. Here are some interesting things to ponder:
We the Rats, We the Children. Max Borders complains about government paternalism. Half of all Americans have below average intelligence. So, should the government “nudge” them toward good decisions, or does paternalism threaten human dignity? And who decides what are good decisions, good directions, or a good society. Is your view of utopia like mine? Who decides?
Those pesky animal spirits. Russ Roberts reduces the Keynesian argument and it’s rebuttal to their essence. Which view do you think better reflects human nature?