Friday, November 4, 2011

Not for All the Tea in China

Jonah Goldberg reminds us why we needn't envy China, quoting along the way to making his case one  Michael Levy from an interview with NPR.  You would be very hard pressed to get it more perfectly concise than this:
“Imagine that there’s a country exactly like the United States. Exactly the same size. It’s got the same cities. It’s got the same number of rich people and poor people. It’s just like us. And now add 1 billion peasants. That’s China.”

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