Jane Mansbridge Speech

Why we need state coercion – from a Harvard Professor

A frightening example of the path our “top” colleges are leading the young and of the ideas coming out of Academia: Adams Professor of the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard speaking on “Why We Need More and More State Coercion – And What To Do About It.”

“Without such coercion, our citizens cannot produce the extraordinarily large number of free-access goods that we want and need…”

She gives the typical collectivist rationalization “The more interdependent we become, globally and within our nations, the more state coercion we need.”

I shudder to think what else the young are learning from her. And her influence is wide: just take a look at her credentials.

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