Klavan On The Culture

Should Government Fund the Arts?

Zachary Leeman at LifeZette discusses whether or not we really need the National Endowment of the Arts. He asked me my opinion:

Screenwriter and novelist Andrew Klavan told LifeZette: “The government is never a good answer to any question except, ‘What’s bloated and greedy and lives under a dome?’ I’d happily ditch the NEA, but I support private and business patronage of the arts. That’s how you get less popular but wonderful art — like jazz and opera and offbeat novels and poetry, etc.”

Read the whole thing here.