On a personal note, as I travel down the road to risk reduction in my
own life, I can't help but wonder how much more I will need to spend
to find less risky alternatives to the "common" American existence.
Fortunately, I'm able to afford many of these choices. I have to admit
concern for those who can not afford to do the same. I know that this
aspect of capitalism has existed for many decades, but I wonder why
risk reduction seems to be so expensive these days. Fewer choices,
Elysabeth Bonar Bouton