Former Clinton administration Secretary of Labor Robert Reich argued that U.S. economic and political systems are rigged to favor the rich and powerful. This virtual discussion was hosted by Harvard Book Store.
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Kate Brouns Coordinator Harvard Book Store->Events
Robert B. Reich Secretary (Former) Department of Labor
Michael J. Sandel Professor Harvard University->Kennedy (J.F.) School of Government
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