Death to the Meritocracy with Andrew Yang
The 2020 contender talks Trump, jobs and higher education.
New York Times Opinion
“It's hard for me to think that giving anyone $1,000 a month will undermine the dignity of work. If anything, it seems like it would give people more security and flexibility to do the work they really want to do,” says
James Witchcock 🎃
correctly identifies administrative bloat as a huge reason behind soaring college tuition costs on this episode of The Argument
enjoyed my convo with
a great deal 👍🇺🇸
My conversation with
provides the meat for The Argument this week
piece in his interview with
and I note for the record that Yang, questioned directly about the sources of his esoteric appeal, denies that he's trying to build a horrifying dystopia.