That's all well and good, but we already provide mental health care, we already have an educational system, et cetera et cetera. We don't just lower our brow and ponder harder on it and suddenly "change the environment for all," happily ever after. We do what we can within sane limits. Making all sorts of higher education "free" is not sane (for example).Now you are getting somewhere. You are starting to understand that having a sense of financial security (one that is dependent upon hard and/or smart work), having strong mental and cognitive characteristics (something that can be accomplished by alleviating the large burdens many face in concert with adequate mental health care - also teaching values is important), and also making sure everyone is educated. These are all great things and I am glad you pointed them out. It seems we are finding common ground here. We must realize that people are a product of their environment and people do the best they can with what they know.
Not necessarily.I am not sure where you are going with this... are you saying I am liberal?