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In 2008, Danny Young was elected to represent the Second Ward of Anamosa, Iowa. The catch? He only received two votes: one from his wife and one from his neighbor.      How did Anamosa’s democracy become so distorted? While...

Moved Out, Locked In

In 2008, Danny Young was elected to represent the Second Ward of Anamosa, Iowa. The catch? He only received two votes: one from his wife and one from his neighbor.      How did Anamosa’s democracy become so distorted? While...

As a Chilean citizen, Jonathan Franklin has used Chile’s education vouchers to send his seven children to public and private schools of his choosing. His assessment? The voucher approach to schooling in Chile bears haunting resemblance to private p...

Be Careful What You Vouch For

As a Chilean citizen, Jonathan Franklin has used Chile’s education vouchers to send his seven children to public and private schools of his choosing. His assessment? The voucher approach to schooling in Chile bears haunting resemblance to private p...