A little bit about myself - I am an undergraduate at Haverford College in Haverford, PA, where I am studying math and economics (my student webpage can be found here. When not at school, I live in northwestern New Jersey, safely situated many miles from the places that come to mind when someone says "New Jersey."
A little bit about my perspective - I consider myself a moderate and a centrist. Though a number of my political views tend to be left-of-center, I have learned from studying economics that the most important qualities for policymakers (and for everyone) to have are a genuinely open mind and a willingness to critically examine from time to time even their most fundamental assumptions. With this in mind, I often set out to persuade others not of the merits of specific arguments, but of the need to adopt centrism as a coherent philosophy in and of itself, and not just out of a desire to simultaneously appease extremists and ideologues from as many factions as possible.
Thank you for visiting. Please take the time to leave a comment, even if it's an ad hominem attack. I like to keep tabs on my enemies.