Let in every last Ukrainian who wants to come here
He was already well up in years when I first met him. A distinguished professor of economics at a nearby university, he had offered his advisory services to a young Senate candidate, Richard G. Lugar, who would become one of the nation’s great statesmen over nearly four decades. In a delightful Eastern European accent that I wasn’t cosmopolitan enough to identify exactly, Janos Horvath would dissect and explain plainly inflation, oil crises, stagflation and other dreary, complex phenomena, somehow always with a twinkle and a smile.
Originally published: April 6, 2022
Author: Mitch Daniels
Institution: Purdue University
Published by: The Washington Post