If you are fortunate enough to share the same household as an excogitative, romantic teenager, then you are aware that John Green’s novel, “The Fault in our Stars,” is now a very popular movie.
I am thusly blessed, but decided to skip the movie on a recent weekend. I doubt any movie can match the wondrous beauty of Green’s prose, and I am sidetracked thinking about the economic development issues surrounding the movie.
Before I clarify my unfeeling distractions toward economic development policy, I feel compelled to commend this book. While the tale of star-crossed lovers wasn’t new when Billy
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