rickyp wrote:FateWith all due respect, that is daft. Try to import the Finnish model and employ it in South Central Los Angeles. Good luck
As always, your answer is that its no use trying to emulate systems that have worked to produce superior results because ... the US just can't do stuff that smells like "socialism". (Except of course medicare, social security, libraries, fire and police departments, the CDC and ...well most of the popular components of American society.)
So there's no use trying anything that works elsewhere.
Not everyone can be convinced by evidence or experts. However the longer people are exposed to, and informed about, systems that work better for the vast majority of the populace .... the closer to a tipping point society can get. Admittedly the US political system is corrupt, sclerotic and highly resistant to change. But even then, a tipping point can be reached...
As always, your reading skills are nearly non-existent. Well, or you’re being dishonest.
Is Finland fairly homogeneous? Is Los Angeles? Did I not write this would be one of the hurdles?
So, which is it? Are you dishonest or dumb?