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C. for something far less dramatic but possibly even more important It was a weekend-long session devoted to things politicians and policymakers say they care about but do very little to fix: infrastructure homelessness and economic renewal One of the speakers was a 36-year-old “policy entrepreneur” named John Lettieri a co-founder (together with Sean Parker of Napster and Facebook fortune and fame and Steve Glickman an economic adviser to President Obama) of the Economic Innovation Group Created in 2013 the group predated the election of Donald Trump Yet it has become a major player in what could be the next phase of the Trump revolution–one that reaches beyond the President in ways that might change the country for decades after he’s left office It begins with the story Lettieri tells about the two parties at war in so many ways but alike in the mistakes they keep repeating especially when it comes to the economy Consider he says the seductive but misleading attraction of employment data On Oct 5 the Labor Department reported the economy had added 134000 new jobs in September and the unemployment rate had plunged to 37% the lowest since 1969 That sounds like good news but for many jobs there’s a shortage of qualified candidates which hints at something else–the steady degrading of skills and the country’s failure to adjust to the demands of new technology and overseas competition Lettieri is a key figure in a band of intellectuals working to build the intellectual scaffolding to support Trump’s movement long after he leaves power Too few in number to form a movement they’re also young and as yet not well known though some wield surprising influence One reason is they have big ideas Another is that they have taken a key lesson of Trump’s rise–the rhetoric of economic populism–and are trying to do the unthinkable: turn the President’s impulses into a constructive long-term effort to reform the American economy They count among them economists law-school grads magazine editors and former Tea Party activists Dispersed throughout Washington clustered in Senate offices–on the staffs of Marco Rubio and Mike Lee among others–and congregating at think tanks and in small journals these insurgents are starting to find a warm welcome from a rising class of party voices including Senators Tom Cotton Ben Sasse and Tim Scott They point as well to 34-year-old Representative Mike Gallagher from Green Bay Wis, becoming a liberal pariah is pretty good politics. "We are opposed to what we consider elective abortions," she said. Gov. who are now spending their fourth week with their abductors. the clerk’s office said, R-Cambridge.

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