So basically, what he’s advising, is in order for America to grow, we need less regulatory burdens. Well, duh.
The crisis may be over (for the time being) in Washington. But the crisis for America’s middle class continues, as middle-income jobs get harder to find and the cost of living gets harder to bear. Where can Americans turn for answers? In a word: Texas.
In the cover story of this week’s TIME magazine, libertarian economist Tyler Cowen, author of the new book Average Is Over, looks at why so many Americans are headed to the Lone Star State. And he comes to a surprising conclusion. For better or worse, he argues, it’s because Texas is our future.
Based on Cowen’s research, here are 10 reasons why America’s future is going to look a lot more like Texas:
1. Everyone’s moving there
More Americans are moving to Texas than to any other state. As Cowen notes in the piece:
Texas is America’s fastest-growing large state…
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