Lo dicen los conservadores británicos (UK: A Strong Family and Small State Ought to Go Hand in Hand):
If you ask a traditional Conservative to list the causes of economic wealth, they’ll give you a familiar list. Low and simple taxation. Light touch regulation. Free trade. Opposition to monopolies. Property rights. Low inflation.
All good answers but not, says David Cameron, the full answer. Since he became Tory leader he has been arguing that Britain’s long-term health – and wealth – depend upon the strength of society, too. Families that stay together. Children who leave school with meaningful qualifications. Adults who stay free of drug and alcohol dependency. A welfare state that encourages personal industry, not dependency.
Esperemos que la cosa no se quede en una declaración de buenas intenciones.