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Today on the Daily Beat, Thursday, March 2, 2017: During the second half of our conversation, Jeffrey Sachs discusses his recent opinion piece for the Boston Globe, concerns surrounding Donald Trump, and his faith in millennials.
Read Sachs’ opinion piece for the Boston Globe, “Trump and the Doomsday Clock.”
Jeffrey Sachs is an author, columnist, professor, and renowned economist. He serves as the director for the Center of Sustainable Development at Columbia University, and his book “Building the New American Economy: Smart, Fair, and Sustainable” was just released via Columbia University Press. You can read more about Jeffrey and his work on his website.
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