Lyle Argabright

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With an increasingly difficult labor market weighted down with less people being able to obtain higher learning. R apprenticeships the answr

I believe that if we could look to the past and learn to value our basic trades that we have so easily forgotten and take advantage of one of our most important resources, our retired, I believe we could truly start to educate almost every American from Main Street to WalStreet and be able to give back more to our seniors and retirees. I just wanted to see if anyone else has thought about this idea or if they know of something already in the works.

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    Sep 28 2012: I think it's a pretty good idea.

    I also think that there should be a bigger focus on "re-education" as well. I mean technology is a fast industry and a lot of jobs will be obsolete for a human eventually. So it would be cool if there was a re-education to train laid off people for different jobs.
  • Sep 28 2012: Very traditional. Not corporate so let's look at van Hayek in The Road to Serfdom where he suggests the big problems in modern society are corporations and patent law.