Co-Founder of Vox.com Shares His Views on Building the United States Into the Strongest Economy in the World
What do China, New York City, and Washington, D.C. all have in common? According to Matthew Yglesias, co-founder of Vox.com, it’s larger populations and strong economies. Listen in as Matt talks with host Gene Marks about why he believes a bigger population would be beneficial for the United States. Hear as he talks about his stance on how the U.S. can become the #1 economy, why immigration is so important, how we should learn to look at the country’s deficit, and what he thinks about healthcare as it relates to businesses.
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