Michael Sargent

Heritage Foundation

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Michael Sargent is a research associate at the Heritage Foundation.

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America's bridges, roads and airports are crumbling, but President Trump's trillion dollars for infrastructure isn't really a public works program.

The President and America's infrastructure: Bait and switch?

America's bridges, roads and airports are crumbling, but President Trump's trillion dollars for infrastructure isn't really a public works program.

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