Thinks 147

Ruchir Sharma in FT: “The idea the state has been shrinking for 40 years is a myth..The ‘neoliberal’ era that began with Reagan and Thatcher has instead presided over ever-bigger government.”

Adam Grant on Rethinking: “I don’t think it’s easy for most people. But that doesn’t mean we can’t learn to get better at it. For a lot of people, rethinking requires skills they are uncomfortable with. One is valuing humility over pride. You have to be comfortable acknowledging your limitations—the discomfort of doubt over the comfort of conviction. You need to be willing to recognize that you’re wrong, which is difficult for a lot of people, especially those in leadership positions.”

John Stossel: “When markets are free and private property is protected, innovation happens in ways that allow ordinary people to live better. Over time, that innovation multiplies. It’s why, today, most of us live better than kings once did.”

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Rajesh Jain

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