We conclude our series by looking into the key issues, opportunities, and challenges that President Barack Obama faces entering his second term.
Advice To The Next President
Advice To The Next President is a special series brought to you by Cognoscenti and the School of Public Policy & Urban Affairs at Northeastern University. From economic recovery to immigration, each week we will focus on one of the most critical issues facing the country. Experts in that area will offer their advice for the next president.
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With a growing body of evidence to support that economic inequality suppresses growth and creates instability, what should the next president do to reverse this long standing trend?
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From economic recovery to immigration, each week we will focus on one of the most critical issues facing the country. Experts in that area will offer their advice for the next president.