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Your issues

For each of them, ask yourself:

  • What do we have now?
  • What did we have in the past?
  • What do other countries have?
  • What are options for the future?
  • Will your platform positions single out certain groups to receive benefits or to bear burdens that other groups don’t receive or bear?
  • Who benefits?
  • Who pays?

What is it, a public good or a private good?

  • If it’s a public good, people have a right to it. Ex: parks, streets, police and military protection, K-12 schools
  • If it’s a private good, no one has a right to it. Ex: cars, houses

What are goods like food, health care, housing, paychecks, and higher education? Public goods or private goods?

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To answer these questions, look for data about facts, not other people’s opinions about data that you have not personally examined.


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