John Stossel on Trains to Nowhere: A Government Spending Problem


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Infrastructure is a job that must be done by government, many people say. Subways are what Big Government supporters call a "public good." They are important to many people, but there's oviously no way that business would build subways or run them, they argue. But often what we "obviously know" … is not so, shows John Stossel, who traces the failures of government-planned transportation programs from across the nation.