More Information for Debaters/Families to Think About for 2021 TP Resolutions from Economic Thinking

Our friends over at EconomicThinking.org wanted to share some of their research on the proposed policy topics for 2021. These would be excellent for students to dig deeper, check out for themselves, and maybe even sneak in a debate. Economic principles and history will help students identify meaningful reforms…

NCFCA TP students have a domestic year on the agenda…

• #1 Prison Reform
https://economicthinking.org/ncfca-notes-prison-jobs-vouchers-justice/

• #2 Federally Recognized Tribes
https://economicthinking.org/indigenous-economies/

• #3 Federal Housing Reform
https://economicthinking.org/ncfca-3-federal-housing-reform/

Stoa students and families can check out these articles…

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Economic Thinking programs work to teach economic principles and the key role of economic freedom, property rights, and the rule of law to progress and prosperity in America and around the world. Economic Thinking is a program of E Pluribus Unum Films, a Seattle-based educational nonprofit.

Economic Thinking Program Director, Gregory F. Rehmke, has directed educational programs for high school, homeschool, and college students for over 20 years. Mr Rehmke directed educational programs at the Center for the American Idea, The Reason Foundation and the Foundation for Economic Education.

Mr. Rehmke has a degree in Economics from the University of Washington and has worked with the Reason Foundation, the Institute for Humane Studies, the Center for the American Idea, and the Foundation for Economic Education. Mr. Rehmke has published articles in The Freeman, Reason, DailySpeculations.com, and the MasterResource blog. Mr. Rehmke is coauthor of the Complete Idiot’s Guide to Global Economics.

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