The Uses of Adversity by Malcom Gladwell (The New Yorker)Can underprivileged outsiders have an advantage?
Nationalizing Detroit by The Wall Street Journal Editoral Page In the Washington mind, there are two kinds of private companies. There are successful if "greedy" corporations, which can always afford to pay more taxes and tolerate more regulation. And then there are the corporate supplicants that need a handout.
Sometimes ‘Rights’ Are Wrong by Thomas Sowell (Jewish World Review) None of us has a right to other people's approval.