February 7, 2014

JAMES HUFFMAN: The Real Public Servants. “Tocqueville recognized what nineteenth-century Americans understood and practiced—the public good is served by the individual pursuit of ‘self-interest well understood.’ Among our most public-spirited citizens are those who work with others, without the intervention or aid of government, in creating and sustaining the businesses upon which our economic and social prosperity rest. We should celebrate their public service.”

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