|Weekly Update from the Josiah Bartlett Center
Keeping you up to date on our latest research
on the issues impacting New Hampshire
Agreeing on the Problem Isn't Always Enough
The political process often obscures truth and inhibits agreement. Too often each of us believes he or she knows what’s important but that the things you think are important are trivial and your insistence upon them is a sign of perfidy or cognitive dysfunction. On very rare occasions there is substantial agreement on a problem. This is good only because it allows us to attack someone else’s solution as near-sighted or disingenuous. It is inconceivable that an opponent might have a well intentioned idea that we simply think is a lower priority or might not work as well. Click here to keep reading.
The Josiah Bartlett Report:
Fixing NH's Economy
Charlie talks to Ken Cail about the difficulty in finding common ground on how to fix New Hampshire's stagnant Economy. Click here to listen.