George Will tends to multiple syllables to make his point but is usually a good read. Here he reviews a book that asks whether we are not being naive in assuming that because a few Chinese are enjoying capitalism, eveyrone will enjoy it. As the writer remarks, visitors return from China remarking on the absence of flies, not the absence of freedom. Will makes the point that the next Olympics will be in Bejing, the most important since the 1936 games in Berlin. Indeed, just because they drink Starbucks coffee and munch on a Big Mac, are they really going to demand more freedom. Unless the Chinese citizens starts demanding it, the Chinese government is not likely to start granting it.