Tenth Amendment Center founder and executive director Michael Boldin discusses successes, failures, and what he’s learned from both, on the occasion of the center’s tenth anniversary. This one guy has had a greater impact than entire think-tanks, so we should learn from him. (And since Michael started off as a leftist, we get a good conversion story, too.)
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Michael Boldin is executive director of the Tenth Amendment Center.
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