“So believing in the future today is demonstrably worse than believing in fairy tales.”

Robert Niles muses intelligently about recent changes at Disney’s Epcot theme park in Walt Disney World.

Which leads us to more uncomfortable truth: Disney stopping investing in the “old” Epcot because too few Americans believe in that optimistic vision anymore. And who can blame them? The reality of our economy and our environment today tells us that believing in the future and in the good of the world around us is about as logical as, well, believing in a fairy tale.

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