From: Wade T. Smith (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed 14 May 2003 - 18:05:09 GMT
On Wednesday, May 14, 2003, at 02:02 PM, Kari-Hans wrote:
> One indicator of success of the egalitarian approach here is in my
> opinion that the public services (health, child care, education,
> pension, transport, libraries, ...) are not just barely tolerated by
> those who do not have a choice, but are instead used also by the
> wealthier citizens, who do not see a reason to waste their own money
> on things that the society provides efficiently and with good quality.
Having just seen the movie 'The Man With No Past', I'd like to hear
your thoughts on this movie, and what it says about these issues in
Lawry's question hasn't really been answered with these lists of places
(one's homeland always seeming to be the first choice), because, he said 'what if?' not 'where is?'
So- 'what if?'
What if there _were_ such a place (because, IMHO, there ain't). Would
we know about it...? How would we get there...?
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