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"harvard institute politics" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:36 min | 4 years ago

"harvard institute politics" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It somewhere around fifty percent which has led some people to say this share delayed the american dream is dead donald trump's view of the american dream and his promise to revive it had a lot to do with his getting elected president according to gallop polls before the election more than fifty percent of americans saw you can on the conditions worsening in case you're wondering it's not just cranking old people a pole from the harvard instituted politics come a nearly fifty percent of millennials think the american dream is quote dead we went out on the streets of new york ourselves to ask people if they thought the american dream was real and the chiefs absolutely throughout i mean specially semyon battery part you look at different people from all across nation's that come to america to realize the american dream and i then if he really were the you can do and everyone it might be a little difficult after his team gets i don't think the american james is that she the ball i think it's a motivator to try to him eric injury is something of an apology former a wainwright's to advance and have a good life under is essential lead not just to capitalize system that country founded on an explanation simply isn't working producing sweat and you can definitely make the american happen while there's a lot of cynicism of the american dream i am a product of my family our family's refugees came in this country thirty years ago had nothing was able to send all the kids a college was able to have a house was able to get a better future for myself and their children then they would ever had back media i love the conversations we have these days about the american dream are in political terms or theoretical terms but today and freaking much radio on the actual an furnished economics of the american dream which we will defining for the sake of today's conversation as this if you're born into a low income family do you really have a shot at rising up no matter what your backend is and we'll discuss with the american dream is really dead for maybe if it's just moved a bit nor you're twice as likely to realize the american dream if you're growing up in canada rather than the us.

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"harvard institute politics" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:41 min | 4 years ago

"harvard institute politics" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Which has led some people to say this sadly the american dream is dead donald trump's view of the american dream and his promise revive it had a lot to do with his getting elected president according to gallop polls before the election more than fifty percent of americans saw economic conditions worsening and case you're wondering it's not just cranking old people a pole from the harvard instituted politics on the nearly fifty percent of millennials think the american dream is quote dead we went out on the streets of new york ourselves to ask people if they thought the american dream was real and the cheese absolutely it's real i mean specially semyon battery part you look at different people from all across nation's that come to america to realize the american dream and i thing then if you really were you can do and everyone it might be a little difficult after is good so i don't think the american dream is that she the ball i think it's a motivated to try to the american dream is something of an apology forlorn a wayne which to advance and have a good life under line is essentially matches to capitalize and then country founded on an explanation completed some where he played his in sweat and you can definitely make them eric papi while there's a lot of cynicism of the american dream i am a product of my family our family's refugees came with this county thirty years ago had nothing was able to send all the kids a college was able have a house was able to get a better future for myself and their children then they would ever had exactly i love the conversations we have these days about the american dream are in political terms or theoretical terms today and freaking much radio the actual an furnished economics of the american dream which we will define for the sake of today's conversation as this if you're born into a low income family do you really have a shot at rising up no matter what your backhand is and we'll discuss with the american dream is really dead four maybe if it's just moved a bit nor you're twice was likely to realize the american dream if you're growing up and canada rather than the us yes.

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"harvard institute politics" Discussed on WNYC

WNYC

02:45 min | 4 years ago

"harvard institute politics" Discussed on WNYC

"Now it's somewhere around fifty percent which has led some people to say this share delayed the american dream is dead donald trump's view of the american dream and his promise revive it had a lot to do with his getting elected president according to gallop polls before the election more than fifty percent of americans saw in on the conditions worsening and case you're wondering it's not just cranking old people poll from the harvard instituted politics from a nearly fifty percent of millennials think the american dream is quote dead we went out on the streets of new york ourselves to ask people if they thought the american dream was real and achievable absolutely thrilled i mean specially semyon battery part you look at different people from all across nation's that come to america to realize the american dream thing then if he really were aren't thing you can do and everyone it might be a little difficult at first he gets i don't think the american jean is that she the ball i think it's a motivated to try to him eric injury is something of an apology for a wayne which to advance and have a good life under is essentially matches to capitalize system that country founded on an explanation simply isn't working put isn't sweat and you can definitely make the american happen while there's a lot of cynicism of the american dream why i'm a product of my family our families are the g's came in this country thirty years ago had nothing was able to sent all their kids to call it was able to have a house was able to give a better future for myself and their children then they would ever of had back media i love the conversations we have these days about the american dream are in political terms or theoretical terms but today and become its radio the actual an furnished economics of the american dream which we will defining for the sake of today's conversation as this if you're born into a lower income family do you really have a shot at rising out no matter what your backend is and we'll discuss with the american dream is really dead four maybe if it's just moved a bit nor you're twice as likely to realize the american dream if you're growing up in canada rather than us it's.

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"harvard institute politics" Discussed on KQED Public Radio

KQED Public Radio

02:17 min | 4 years ago

"harvard institute politics" Discussed on KQED Public Radio

"Jon the laval play that pulling director at the harvard instituted politics held a virtual town hall that students from twenty college's across the country including t swing states mike ohio in florida he says overwhelmingly millennials he talked to not thinking had a good night more than about sixty percent indicated that she won the debate twenty percent of those undecided said or more likely to vote for clenching coming on that the base overall showed a very very strong performance in the minds of young people but the thing is this election is not just between clinton and tropp for young voters it's also a choice between hillary clinton a third party and staying at home on election day there were hoping says clinton might have taking a step in the right direction last night but it does not fundamentally changed the art of this campaign a small college and pr news eli north carolina now for brought a look at the impact of last night's debate were joined by an pr national political correspondent marleau eisen and mario do you think hillary clinton donald trump accomplish what they need to do last night i think hillary clinton did accomplish what she needed to do she didn't solve all their problems but she solved a lot of them she clearly was speaking to her based african americans in women but she was also trying to reach out to those voters who don't wanna vote for trump but have real concerns about her honesty and trustworthy and likable mass she kept smiling throughout the debate she wasn't aggressive or harshly spoken simple clear sentences and to quote the present in the united states she was likable enough last night donald trump on the other hand didn't clear the low hurdle that was set for him his campaign called him the babe ruth of debate years but now it looks like babe ruth have to go back to the batting cage into some more preparation and that raises a really interesting question for the trump campaign because they have to decide what he has to do differently next time he had several conflicting problems he was very aggressive and he interrupted a lot but he also was not coherent and he had too many words salad answers so the next time does he need to be more a restraint and more substantive or does he need to pressed his case more aggressively i think by not clearing the low hurdle he had for this debate he creates a much higher hurdle for himself for the second of eight.

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