Editor’s note: Cutting the red tape

TRD MIAMI /
Mar.March 01, 2017 03:45 PM

Stuart Elliott

From the New York magazine’s March issue: These days, everything you knew — or thought you knew — about government can basically be thrown out the window.

Whether you’re in the Trump Camp or the Never-Ever-Trump Camp, there seems to be a need to rethink the effectiveness of our institutions from the ground up. That may mean revamping the system so it functions properly, provides the checks and balances that make a democracy work, serves the will of the people — and creates a climate in which business thrives. [more]


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