April 23, 2014
The Privatization Backlash

For decades, city and state governments have seen contracting as a cost-saving panacea. But past experience has left some of today’s policymakers more skeptical.
Read more. [Image: Reuters]

The Privatization Backlash

For decades, city and state governments have seen contracting as a cost-saving panacea. But past experience has left some of today’s policymakers more skeptical.

Read more. [Image: Reuters]

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    My god this nation has lasted a long time for being run by idiots.
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    Does it really take past experiences to wake people up and have them realize that some things should not be privatized?...
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    "In many cases, Donahue said, privatization and contracting save governments money not through increased efficiency but...
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    yo, seriously… fuck privatization. public goods 4evah.