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By: Bill Joslin
Removing barriers allows people to express there preferences more fully. As seen in the Nordics – general differences are more greatly expresses.
Further to that, the largest impact over the smallest time horizon to reduce crime and increase productivity in a society is to educate and enfranchise mother’s into the economy.
Why? Because values on education and work ethic are learned first from the mother (at home) which deepens instillation of those values. Countries which open education and work to there woman after these being closed to woman see a start increase in productivity and crime reduction in less than ten years.
Our issue isn’t woman working but rather an economic situation where woman must work. When woman must work for a family to survive this causes an intra-family competition over resources and resource distribution (marital tensions) – when working for luxuries this competition doesn’t come into play… It ends up being a net benefit for the family.
(via Brandon Hayes)