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Communities Benefit from the Expansion of Prison Education Programs
Policymakers should expand prison education due to its proven ability to curb incarceration rates by decreasing the likelihood of recidivism. Several studies indicate expanding prison education positively impacts employment and wages of released inmates, which benefits the economy and society at large.
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Why Environmental Alarmism Hurts Us All With Mike Shellenberger
On the 7th Feudal Future episode, Mike Shellenberger joins hosts Marshall Toplansky & Joel Kotkin to talk about how environmentalism and housing policies are mismanaged.
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GateWay Second Chance: Why We Need Education & Life Skills For At-Risk Youth
On the 5th Feudal Future episode, Nink Carter joins hosts Marshall Toplansky & Joel Kotkin to talk about education & life skills for at risk youth, and how his nonprofit organizations seek to make a difference.
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California Preening: Golden State on Path to High-Tech Feudalism
by Joel Kotkin — “We are the modern equivalent of the ancient city-states of Athens and Sparta....” declared then-governor Arnold Schwarzenegger in 2007. In truth, the Golden State is becoming a semi-feudal kingdom, with the nation’s widest gap between middle and upper incomes—72 percent, compared with the U.S. average of 57 percent—and its highest poverty rate.
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College Graduates Concentrated in Suburbs, Highest Educational Attainment in CBDS
by Wendell Cox — The nation’s high-density central business districts of the major metropolitan areas have the largest shares of adults over the age of 25 with bachelor’s degrees or higher, consistent with popular perception. However, such a small percentage of people live in central business districts, that most bachelors degree and higher adults live in the suburbs.
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The Sad State of the University Degree for Planners & Designers
By Rick Harrison For the past four decades, technology has improved nearly all aspects of our life - except for the physical land development patterns of our cities.
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Where American Families are Moving
By Joel Kotkin — Much is made, and rightfully so, about the future trends of America’s demographics, notably the rise of racial minorities and singles as a growing part of our population. Yet far less attention is paid to a factor...
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Opportunity Urbanism: A Novel Idea For U.S. Cities
By Scott Beyer... As the U.S. grows more urban and diverse,…
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Best Poverty Cure: Escape from Baltimore
By William McGurn — New evidence shows minorities now do better in the American South. Of all the “solutions” for post-riot Baltimore, the best poverty cure...
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PIKETTY’S WEALTH DRIVEN INEQUALITY: VIRTUALLY ALL IN HOUSING?
By Wendell Cox — The Economist headline reads...