"But we could have more politicians like Lieutenant Governor Cox, and even more honest and sympathetic conversations about poverty. We could offer more, and better, help to people who need it. Why not look for more promising scripts than the ones played out across the U.S. today? With inspiration from Utah, perhaps the U.S. could inch toward Utah-level mobility — and toward the American Dream."
Writes Megan McArdle, who "went to Utah precisely because it’s weird."
I just went to Utah myself, but I didn't go because it's weird. I went to Utah because it's beautiful.