Who built that?

The New York Times ran a great article in the business section this week talking about the relationship between business and government. It’s a little historical perspective, including a plug for a great book I read this summer “Why Nations Fail.” I highly recommend the article AND the book.

This is another case where thinking about balance is useful. There are extremes on both ends of the spectrum that turn out to be not pleasant places to live. We’re clearly not interested in living a communist country, but we’re also not super excited about living in a world without public investment in roads, libraries, schools, etc.



About Ross

I'm proud to represent Bellevue, Redmond, Kirkland, Medina, Clyde Hill, Hunts Point, and Yarrow Point in the Washington State House of Representatives. I am chairman of the Appropriations Committee, responsible for crafting biennial budgets. I also serve on the Washington State Economic and Revenue Forecast Council, the Expenditure Limit Committee and the Pension Funding Council. (One could die from the excitement.)
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