Yes, replace it with nothing.
Yes, privatize it.
Yes, localize it and let the states handle it.
No, keep it.
No, but it needs strong reforms.
But i would in general, actually have no idea how to start with "reforms". Not an expert, just sharing my narrow and uneducated opinion on the matter. But when there is controversy within the organization then it does generally signal it needs some sort of reforms.
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Don't even know what that is, will research it.
But, if a libertarian wants to abolish it, we should probably just keep it. /s
Also, the culture underpinning the arts can be pretty elitist by virtue of its' nature.
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absolutely not.Should We Abolish The NEA?
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