The World Needs a Dozen Hong Kongs

Communist China’s decision to join the global economy triggered the greatest contraction of poverty in world history. Yet amazingly, the indispensable impetus to that transformation—its inspiration and guide, the source of much of its talent and capital—has been widely overlooked, and never replicated. The model of Hong Kong has been hiding in plain sight. Hong […]
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Freedom and Opportunity Back Home For Illegal Immigrants

The desperation that drives millions of illegal immigrants into our country will never subside until there are jobs and genuine opportunity in their stagnant home economies. Fortunately, there is a way the U.S. could jump-start non-corrupt, democratic, private sector-led, globalized economies inside otherwise destitute third world countries. We could do it soon, and we could […]
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