What if you could sit side by side with a Cato scholar at a debate forum and offer suggestions on topics like the financial bailout plan, health care, national security and education?
The Cato Institute is participating in a debate series hosted by a new interactive site, Google Knol. The debates on Knol are meant to offer a variety of in-depth opinions from experts, and afford visitors the opportunity to engage scholars on the ideas that are posted.
Cato Senior Fellow Daniel J. Mitchell is debating the aftermath of the financial bailout bill with John Irons, research and policy director for the Economic Policy Institute. Starting today, you can log into Google and offer suggestions, edits and comments to each side of the discussion. Mitchell and Irons will both field your comments and may even add them to their arguments.
The debates will not end with the financial bailout plan. Over the next few weeks, Cato scholars will tackle a series of issues, and each time, you will have the chance to participate.
The discussion about the financial bailout is going on right now on Google Knol, so don’t miss out on your chance to join the conversation.