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However dearly the Framers may have held the idea, it has long since been left behind by history. More than a century ago, most Americans became urban wage earners, not farmers or small-town shopkeepers and artisans; by World War II, just 20 percent of workers were self-employed, a figure that is down to 10 percent today. Working Americans face many challenges, but transforming them by the millions into shopkeepers and artisans is not the answer to improving their lot. In fact, today the richest regions in the United States and abroad are those in which self-employment is lowest—and the poorest are those with the most self-employed inhabitants. The reason is simple: As a rule, the smaller the firm, the lower the productivity level. Richest fairest: Economies led by large firms also tend to have less income inequality.

The anti-monopoly school identifies many genuine problems, ranging from low wages to the massive influence of money in politics. But the solution to low wages is not to break up big, productive firms that pay higher wages. Public policy should encourage start-ups that have the potential to scale up into dynamic national or global firms. Helping a robotics or biotech firm that can boost national productivity and competitiveness will benefit everyone. Why should Ashley and Justin get tax breaks and exemptions from regulations to help realize their dream of opening a brick-oven pizzeria?

As for the corruption of politics by special interests, it is a real threat to democracy, and there’s no denying that Big Business buys influence in Washington. But K Street is also lined with trade associations and pressure groups representing small businesses and professionals. Of the top 16 business-funded political-action committees in 2016, five represented small business. Why single out corporations as the sole benefactors of the current system when the National Association of Realtors, the National Beer Wholesalers Association, and the National Automobile Dealers Association are busy advancing the interests of their members?

The small-is-beautiful consensus is wrong. But we need not replace it with an equally simpleminded orthodoxy in favor of Big Business. A dynamic economy requires the interaction of firms of all sizes. Small firms play legitimate if diminished roles today, and always will. To flourish in the 21st century, we must learn again that big can be beautiful, too.

This article is adapted from Robert D. Atkinson and Michael Lind’s book Big Is Beautiful: Debunking the Myth of Small Business . It appears in the April 2018 print edition with the headline “Learning to Love Big Business.”

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Robert D. Atkinson is the founder and president of the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation, in Washington, D.C. He is a co-author of and .
Michael Lind is a co-founder of the New America Foundation and the author of numerous books, including .

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In its first season, Blue Ace Select Lacrosse fielded 12u and 14u boys teams.

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GRANVLLE - A new competitive summer lacrosse program has emerged in Licking County for boys in grades 4 through 9.

Blue Ace Select Lacrosse was founded in May, and showcased their talent in a select, travel-based tournament schedule. After evaluation, 40 players were selected for 12u and 14u teams, with players from Granville, Licking Valley, Gahanna and Pickerington. "Granville is our base, but incorporating other programs and communities makes everybody better," said Andy Durham, founder of the program and Granville youth lacrosse coach.

The teams practiced at Evans Park in Hebron, but also partnered with the Lacrosse Academy, a Denison University based summer program for enhanced instruction and player development.

They showed improvement throughout their summer tournaments. They are coached by former high school and current college players.

Earlier in June, both teams competed in the Ohio Lacrosse Festival at Hilliard, playing five games in two days against teams from Columbus, Toledo, Cincinnati and Cleveland as well as Kentucky and Indiana. The 14u team upset the top-seeded team from Louisville, Kentucky 5-4 in overtime, with Dylan Roof from Granville Middle School scoring the winning goal.

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