Somebody’s always in charge.

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8 Responses to Somebody’s always in charge.

  1. Jack says:

    Love it.
    Don’t recall you doing this style before; great to mix in novelty with the classic Venn diagrams & plots..

  2. Serena says:

    I love how it looks like a blank face.

  3. Zac says:

    C- (goes in the title) Ann Rand is read.

  4. Stephan says:

    I really recomend anyone to read a short essay by the man who invented the neologism “meritocracy”. His claim, actually, is that ecouraging meritocracy means encouraging a certain type of elitism:

    Either if you agree or not with him, it’s worth reading and tihinking about it.

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  6. Jim says:

    Stephen- Fantastic article, Its argument pervades much of my current thinking on government and man made solutions to our current problems. I am currently reading “Seeing Like a State”, which similarly argues institutions have a limited capacity to comprehend their subject and are even more limited in their ability to prescribe a solution to the problem. Not arguing for smaller or less government but recognizing the limitations of the institutions. Combine the limits of government institutions with the one dimensional filter future government prospects must pass through and you create a bleak outlook for our future.

    Sorry for the downer. Just

  7. Jim says:

    thinking out loud

  8. Will says:

    “The Bush Effect”