The Great Recession uncovered fault-lines between two possible models for our national future. One model, which has been successful for decades, is represented by the state of California. Another, represented by the state of Texas, appears to be gaining ascendancy in these leaner times. What are the differences, and what are their implications for the United States and its citizens? We’ll provide some insights.
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