National economic planning: Right or wrong for the US? — with Hubert Humphrey (1976) | ARCHIVES

Announcer: From the nation’s capital, the American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research presents Public Policy Forums, a series of programs featuring the nation’s top authorities presenting their differing views on the vital issues which confront us. Today’s topic, “National Economic Planning: Right or Wrong For the U.S.?” Peter: In an era of continuing economic…

Law and Justice – Economic Justice in Early Greece – 4.4 Aristotle and Constitutional Analysis

>>>>The great Greek political philosopher Aristotle, whose “Politics” and “Ethics” two of his most important works we’ve been discussing, was in some sense the founder of constitutional analysis. He analyzes the nature of political societies and provides a scientific basis for the consideration of constitutions. The Greek world is politeia. It means way of life…

Why is Congress broken? | reTHINK TANK

We hear it all the time: Congress is broken. Everyone is dissatisfied. More and more proposed reforms focus on facilitating majority power, like in a European Parliament. But it’s not clear what problem that would solve. The trouble with Congress isn’t that majorities can’t get their way, it’s that forging durable compromises seems impossible. But…