When I first set eyes upon David Kirp’s foreword to my book, Squandering America’s Future, I almost cried. His title, “The Public Equivalent of Love,” went straight to the heart of the matter.
Kirp talks about the need to make smart investments, right from the start—a subject he knows well as the author of The Sandbox Investment and Kids First. “For now,” he writes “neither Washington nor the states will pick up the tab ” But his long-term vision is encouraging:
Sixty years ago, the federal government spent less on seniors than on any . . . Read full article →