Glenn Reynolds

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Glenn Reynolds



Average rating: 3.55 · 208 ratings · 30 reviews · 16 distinct works
George Washington's Rules o...

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An Army of Davids: How Mark...

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Internet Liberation: Alive ...

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The Eye of the Dragon

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Outer Space: Problems Of La...

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Colonial Cinema in Africa: ...

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The Neptune Encounter

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Speak It Out

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“The government decides to try to increase the middle class by subsidizing things that middle class people have: If middle-class people go to college and own homes, then surely if more people go to college and own homes, we’ll have more middle-class people. But homeownership and college aren’t causes of middle-class status, they’re markers for possessing the kinds of traits — self-discipline, the ability to defer gratification, etc. — that let you enter, and stay, in the middle class. Subsidizing the markers doesn’t produce the traits; if anything, it undermines them.”
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“The nannyism is partly to distract from the corruption — and partly just another opportunity to leverage it. A good general rule is that the more a government wants to run its citizens’ lives, the worse job it will do at the most basic tasks of government.”
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