Goals for 2100: An Experimental Society
The U.S. was poorly served by the constitutional arrangements that kept George W. Bush in power long after he should have departed. The U.S. has been poorly served by its health care and educational systems. Despite its wealth and power, the U.S. often proves strangely incapable of running its affairs competently.
To learn what approaches might work better, and to gain experience with them, the U.S. needs to become a place in which it is possible to test theories of governance and social policy on a large (say, statewide) scale. Educational, legislative, and even constitutional reforms may be necessary to minimize uninformed resistance to prudent experimentation.
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