I’ve been talking a lot about centralization versus decentralization, the idea of decentralizing and moving towards human sized institutions for human problems, having the people that solve the problem in your life be close to where you live, solving it on the municipal level. This is not an idea out of thin air. This is an idea founded in American history. Lewis Brandeis, the first Jewish Supreme Court Judge, out of Boston going back 100 years, was famous for his constant advocacy for this exact principle. His point was simple. You could have the smartest person in the world in St. Louis, but how could the person in St. Louis, even if they’re the biggest genius to ever walk the face of the Earth, be the best person to solve a problem in Baltimore? In order to deal with the issues of your life, you need the ability to influence the resources that are nearest to you, and you need those resources to be more abundant. That was Brandeis’s point.
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