From today's Warren piece -- you're going to see a lot more of this argument: That fighting inequality / empowering workers is *pro-growth*.
So & I took a dive into Elizabeth Warren's (thus far) campaign-defining policy proposals, asking a lot of smart people, how would they change the economy?
. on Warren: "She is asking the biggest questions that exist, and that is: How do you make a free market work? How do you make capitalism actually work for the many rather than the few?"
Links to all of Elizabeth Warren's policy plans can be found in this article. Her campaign is on fire. Plus she has a great dog.
Elizabeth Warren Has Lots of Plans. Together, They Would Remake the Economy. - The New York Times
I don’t agree with many of her proposals but I donated to Elizabeth Warren because SHE IS THE ONLY MAJOR CANDIDATE WITH STUFF WRITTEN DOWN. 🤷🏽‍♂️ via
Elizabeth Warren Has Lots of Plans. Together, They Would Remake the Economy. - The New York Times My candidate.
This is the political equivalent of “The food is terrible. But the portions are huge!”
Warren Has Lots of Plans. Together, They Would Remake the Economy. I think I said this before, but I’ll say it again. Warren is writing herself into existence. She did it first as a professor & now as a candidate. This is inspiring for those who write
Elizabeth Warren Has Lots of Plans. Together, They Would Remake the Economy.