Norton Garfinkle

Chair, Future of American Democracy Foundation

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Author of The American Dream vs. the Gospel of Wealth: The Fight for a Productive Middle-Class Economy and Chair of the Future of American Democracy Foundation, a private, nonpartisan think-tank founded last year in partnership with Yale University and Yale University Press; former economics instructor at Amherst College

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