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The looming strategic disaster at Mar-a-Lago this week; Barriers to opportunity in today’s America; President Trump says he wants a bipartisan deal on health care. Here’s one.; Neil Gorsuch got where he is because of a form of affirmative action; How Trump and China’s Xi could stumble into war; Setting gender boundaries at work can be good for women;
 
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The looming strategic disaster at Mar-a-Lago this week
China will try to buy off the Trump administration. It might very well succeed.
Barriers to opportunity in today’s America
There are many barriers to opportunity in America today and a role for public policy to take them down.
 
President Trump says he wants a bipartisan deal on health care. Here’s one.
Democrats could agree to improve the Affordable Care Act along these lines.
 
Neil Gorsuch got where he is because of a form of affirmative action
Will he remember that if he makes it to the Supreme Court?
 
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I worked for Mike Pence. Being a woman never held me back.
Ignore the outrage over the vice president’s dining habits.
 
How Trump and China’s Xi could stumble into war
When a rising power threatens to displace a ruling power, it rarely ends well.
 
Setting gender boundaries at work can be good for women
My pastor grandfather observed the same rule — to help his female colleagues.
 
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