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Posted: April 13, 2021

I FOUND MYSELF at a luncheon some time ago where the speaker was a local businessman. The speech was like many I have heard in recent years: a mix of crony capitalism and social justice with a splash of mercantilism toward the end. In his talk, civic progress depended on public-private partnerships (where risk is borne by that amorphous entity, Read the full article…


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