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Simple questions punch holes in public policy agenda

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I have long maintained that a person can bring down a load of really interesting trouble by posing completely reasonable questions. We live amid so many distortions of value in the public realm that constant re-evaluation of public belief is an exercise essential for our personal sanity. The prominent 19th century writer, Gustave Flaubert, once organized a dictionary of platitudes in 19th century France. Back in my early Vienna life in the 1980s, I owned ...

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