• Analysis

An article in Governing Magazine claims that my conception of foot-voting focuses only on self-interest. Not so. More importantly, even purely self-interested foot voting can have enormous social benefits.

  • Analysis

Famed writer J.D. Vance suggests that successful people should hesitate to leave struggling communities. But they can better serve society by making it easier for all classes to vote with their feet.

A response to NYU law professor Rick Hills' critique of my case for "voting with your feet."

Megan McArdle offers some suggestions for saving the failing "marriage" between red and blue America. But she overlooks the most promising solution: the red and blue states should do fewer things together.

  • Opinion

My new Cato Institute podcast explains how and why we should increase Americans' ability to vote with their feet.

  • Opinion

My thoughts on Yale Prof. David Schleicher's analysis of ways to help the poor by reducing obstacles to mobility.

  • Opinion

Why the danger of the "Big Sort" is not a strong objection to expanding opportunities for foot voting. The same goes for other potentially harmful effects of interstate migration on the distribution of political power. This is the second in a series of posts based on the new edition of my book "Democracy and Political Ignorance."

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