Republicans looking for a governing agenda if they take control of Congress in November's election—or presidential candidates looking ahead to 2016—will want to take a careful look at Room to Grow, a new electronic book issued by a group called the YG Network, reports Ira Stoll. Particularly useful, Stoll says, is the introduction by Yuval Levin, who describes an approach to domestic policy that rejects top-down solutions and relies instead on Friedrich Hayek's insight that knowledge is dispersed.
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