One person told me that Robin Hood is just one lens through which to see the world. Another lens would be to do what is necessary to do to support a community.
Another said that one type of fairness would be to distribute wealth evenly. The other would be to provide better education so everyone could create wealth for themselves.
There seems to be two issues here: coercion and what works.
To what extent do we want to be coerced to pay taxes, invest for the future through Uncle Sam (Social Security/Medicare), and all the other sundries that are required to live in the United States?
What really works to create community? Is it a matter of distribution? Is it a matter of equal access to good resources (quality education, housing, healthcare).
Can community be created with the free-market? Can the government create community? If so, at what cost to our freedom?
Is there one solution?
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