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Free enterprise is under attack. Opponents of the free enterprise system often rely on half-truths and flat-out falsehoods to make their case for bigger government. Here is a handy fact sheet to dispel some of these harmful myths.

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Covering a story about society and culture? Here’s the latest from AEI’s Society and Culture experts.

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The Federal Communications Commission has announced its plans to regulate broadband companies under Title II, claiming it will ensure competition and prohibit Internet Service Providers from privileging the content of certain providers. The FCC’s approach is wrong-headed for many reasons.

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The millennial generation has had much lower crime, divorce, and birth rates than previous generations. While partisan issues may explain some of the reason for this, millennials may behave better largely because they are expected to by their parents.

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Education reform is one of America’s most pivotal topics. But after 30 years of school reform with mixed results, are we lacking ideas? Or do we lack ways to effectively communicate those ideas?

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Arthur discusses the most interesting people he’s met in 2014 and what he’s looking forward to from AEI in 2015.

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Any of our jobs can be a “helping profession.” It just requires the right approach.

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Studies suggest that our biology has a significant effect on what we believe. That makes thinking for yourself an even more urgent priority.

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There has to be a moral case for any economic system. The cultural variables that lie behind a happier life are fourfold: faith, family, community and work.

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The American economy is splitting in two. Opportunity is plentiful for the wealthy and well-educated, but it is drying up for the bottom half. What can Washington do? After decades of research and hands-on experience, American Enterprise Institute President Arthur Brooks offers surprising solutions in this AEI Vision Talk.

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