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8 Jul 2020
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25 Aug 2018
Harvard Kennedy School Professor Jason Furman examines the state of the U.S. economy and the issues that can slow growth.
26 May 2017
Harvard dropout and Facebook founder, Mark Zuckerberg, speaks to the Harvard graduating class Thursday about creating a 'renewed sense of purpose'.
6 Feb 2017
Harvard Kennedy School Professor Joseph Nye discusses the executive and judicial branches of U.S. government under President Donald Trump, the prospect of a trade war with China, and Trump's comments on the behaviour of the United States.

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