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Will Texas catastrophe end the Post-Reagan deregulation era? Professor discusses poverty in-depth.

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We must make the Texas Catastrophe the nail-in-the-coffin for the post-Reagan era. Dr. Rank discusses the realities of poverty.

Texas Catastrophe must end the Post-Reagan era.

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  • Paul Krugman would not commit to stating that the Texas catastrophe will end the post-Reagan era. The reality is that the masses must ensure the demise of the disaster that the Reagan era has been to most.
  • Mark Robert Rank has been the recipient of many awards. His research has been reported in a wide range of media outlets, including The New York Times, The Washington Post,  The Wall Street Journal, The Los Angeles Times, USA Today, and National Public Radio. He is the co-author of the book Poorly Understood: What America gets wrong about poverty” which we discuss in this interview to enlighten us on the poorly understood realities of poverty.

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