Head Locke Episode 007: Human Flourishing from Local, Private Organizations

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Head Locke Episode 007: Human Flourishing from Local, Private Organizations

 
 
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In this episode, and as recognition of the calendar flipping to March, Terry and Jon present their own “Top Five” lists of the greatest college basketball program of all time. As is usually the case, there is disagreement on the lists – despite how many “Blue Bloods” are on each of the lists. Once the “Top Five” is pinned, the guys welcome special guest, Joe Coletti, a Fellow at the John Locke Foundation, to talk about the importance of local, private organizations in a civil society. Joe outlines the reason why relationships, mutual accountability and subsidiarity often lead to more effective solutions to our problems than government programs

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