The American dream is hiding in the unlikeliest of places — the toy box.
The toy industry has always been a repository for national culture. And, unlike myriad other economic and social indicators, this one speaks well of America’s future. That was apparent at last week’s 110th Annual Toy Fair in New York City, where the entrepreneurial spirit thrived. Each year at the fair, around 7,500 toys make their debut. While many are introduced by big companies such as Mattel or Hasbro, other toys make it to market because of the creativity and capitalistic ethos of individual inventors.
Mickey Kaus - American journalist & author of "The End of Equality" Arthur Brooks - President of the American Enterprise Institute (AEI)
Susan Patton - author of "Marry Smart: Advice for Finding the One"