Edward Glaeser’s “Four Freedoms” Strategy for Revitalizing American Capitalism

Harvard economist Edward Glaeser is one of the world’s leading experts on housing, urban development, and economic mobility. In a compelling recent article published in the City Journal , he lays out a “four freedoms” strategy for revitalizing American capitalism by expanding opportunity for the young.

Source: Edward Glaeser’s “Four Freedoms” Strategy for Revitalizing American Capitalism

The first of the four freedoms is the freedom to learn, which is being fought by, of all entities, the teachers’ unions.

The other three are, stronger right to work, greater freedom to sell and to launch new businesses, and freedom to build.