Privatization of City Services, or Tax for the Public Good?

That's the decision cities face, says columnist John Gurda, and his hope is that Americans will reinvest in the common good through effective taxation.
December 15, 2009, 11am PST | Tim Halbur
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Jay Walljasper talked to Gurda.

"John Gurda, a history columnist for the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, paints a frightening picture of where continuing cuts in public services will lead us "The day may come when librarians have to leave a key under the doormat at each neighborhood branch, when homicides are reported to a call center in Bangalore, when every household is expected to bury its own garbage and to keep its own fire bucket at the front door.""

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Published on Saturday, December 5, 2009 in On The Commons
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