We Are Better Than This
Professor Edward Kleinbard talked about his book We Are Better Than This: How Government Should Spend Our Money, in which he argues that government spending, which is often overshadowed by debates over tax policy, can be used to compliment the private sector and improve the general welfare of our society. This interview, recorded at the University of Southern California, is part of Book TV’s college series. close
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