This ⁦⁩ profile of Warren is really terrific: Elizabeth Warren Is Completely Serious - The New York Times
“It’s structural change that interests me. And when I say structural, the point is to say if you get the structures right, then the markets start to work to produce value across the board, not just sucking it all up to the top.” —
“As a presidential candidate, Warren has rolled out proposal after proposal to rewrite the rules again, this time on behalf of a majority of American families. “Her grand overarching ambition is to end America’s second Gilded Age.”
From breaking up tech monopolies to reducing financial burdens on working class families, Elizabeth Warren has (detailed) plans to fix America's problems
This profile of Elizabeth Warren is a tour de force. I learned a lot about her life, her ideological journey and the roots of her combative approach to politics, as well as the origins of her troubles with Biden.
"Her grand overarching ambition is to end America’s second Gilded Age." Engrossed in this profile by
I read lots of Elizabeth Warren profiles, and this one by is the best I've come across yet
Definitely read 's profile in today's .
Interesting backstory on Elizabeth Warren’s battle with Joe Biden over bankruptcy laws in the 90’s and 00’s
Wall Street and its allies “are more afraid of [Warren] than Bernie,” Zingales continued, “because when she says she’ll change the rules, she’s the one who knows how to do it.”
Elizabeth Warren Is Completely Serious
I didn't know I could like her more. "In the kitchen, Warren opened a cupboard to reveal an array of boxes and canisters of tea. She drinks many cups a day (her favorite morning blend is English breakfast)."
Several interesting tidbits in this profile of Elizabeth Warren
This, from the new NYT piece, is fascinating: in 2001 Warren slammed ♀️'s groups for their narrow feminism that excluded economic justice. At the height of neoliberalism, Warren's feminism was way more intersectional & class-conscious than the mainstream
Great read from on the journey of . A data-driven person who's experienced life's ups downs would be a welcome change for sure.
's profile of Elizabeth Warren nicely ties her feminism and work together. And I like to think I was there...
Elizabeth Warren Is Completely Serious - The New York Times Man, I love this woman. My president.
Elizabeth Warren Is Completely Serious... About income inequality. About corporate power. About corrupt politics. And about being America’s next president. Great piece !
Highly misleading passage in the NYT mag's Warren profile: "Brown called Warren “anti-free enterprise,” and Obama, running for re-election, distanced himself in an ad shot from the White House ('Of course Americans build their own businesses,' he said)"
"Her grand overarching ambition is to end America’s second Gilded Age." Important and (to my mind) disturbing profile of in by
Elizabeth Warren Is Completely Serious fine article but (I guess as intended) "completely serious" is also a big political problem; the manner matters.
Favorite quote marking 's change of mind: "I did the research, and the data just took me to a totally different place."
Great NYT Mag article on Elizabeth Warren
Great article on but literally gasped when I saw that her *combined* tuition for Univ of Houston and Rutgers was less than one year’s tuition at the Cal States Univ & UCs, where tens of thousands of first gen college students of color attend.
This is What a President Looks Like. (And the most amazing thing? Her long term thinking and sense of history.)
This is how a President looks like (and the most amazing thing? Her long term thinking and sense of history.)
. economist Luigi : "There's a concerted effort to equate Warren with Bernie, to make her seem more radical." Wall Street et al “are more afraid of her than Bernie, because when she says she’ll change the rules, she knows how to do it.”
Elizabeth Warren Is completely serious. About income inequality. About corporate power. About corrupt politics. And about being America’s next president