The measure of a civil society is how well individual needs are met through free exchange and voluntary cooperation in a vibrant, dynamic private sector. A civil society is a balanced network of families, communities, associations, religious groups, businesses, and government, with minimal reliance on the force and redistribution inherent in the political process.
Below are some frequently asked questions about the Mackinac Center for Public Policy.
- What Is the Mackinac Center for Public Policy?
- What Is Public Policy and Why Is It So Important?
- Why Focus on One State?
- Why Does Michigan Need New Public Policy Ideas?
- Will Mackinac Center Ideas Stand the Test of Time?
- What Are the Mackinac Center's Ideas?
- How Does the Mackinac Center Advance Its Ideas?
- What Makes the Mackinac Center Uniquely Effective?
- How Have Mackinac Center Ideas Impacted Michigan?