The most delicate and ultimately influential economies, Pearlstein argues, lie in the developing world.
Pearlstein advocates for a sea change with regard to this problem.
Pearlstein foresees a growing shift of power away from “old Europe” and Anglo-American models.
Next, Pearlstein advocates for increased school choice, although he readily admits that studies show results can be mixed.
“For all intents and purposes, this was a Nicolas Ghesquière collection,” Pearlstein says.
Again, when exploring this topic Pearlstein is frank in stating up front that there is no silver bullet solution here.