This is really interesting.
Emily Shaw
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How do you think we might foster education, among peers and funders, about the theory and practice of public goods and public work?

(I feel like recent generations, especially among US elites, are only really familiar with public *choice* theory — i.e. ‘if we can just help individuals do what they want to do, everything will work out for the best.” This doesn’t seem to have worked out very well at all, yet we also seem to struggle with a collective lack of awareness of alternatives.)