City Journal senior editor Steven Malanga argues that public sector unions and government financed community activists - President Obama’s main constituents - are bankrupting the country by pushing big government solutions to our economic problems. He spoke at an event hosted by the Manhattan Institute at the Harvard Club in New York City. He responded to questions from members of the audience. close
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