This week on Facing the Future, we kick-off The Concord Coalition’s 30th anniversary year by talking with political strategist Kitty Kurth, who worked on the 1992 presidential campaign of socially liberal, fiscally conservative former U.S. Senator Paul Tsongas. Later that year she became the first employee of the Concord Coalition, when it was co-founded by Tsongas and former U.S. Senator Warren B Rudman. Kurth and I discuss how several of the themes of that campaign became the genesis of The Concord Coalition.
Not Your Father’s Cold War
Congress has a Tall Agenda and a Short Clock
First Quarter GDP: Down But Not Out
How the Younger Generation Views Fiscal Sustainability
The Economic and Budgetary Challenges of Climate Change
Students Tackle the Debt and Inflation Remains High
Revisiting Immigration in Light of the Ukraine Crisis
Sizing Up the Biden Budget
Facing the Future in America’s Heartland
National Debt Outlook After Two Years of COVID
Fallout from the Russian Invasion
Inflating the Budget, and Three Healthcare Myths
Leadership in Time of Crisis
Acting Short and Thinking Long
A Blue Dog Keeps Barking
COVID Makes a Mess of Economic Data
A ’New Normal’ for COVID-19?
Inflation: Here Today, Here Tomorrow?
Plowing Through the ’Wintry Mix’ on Jobs Report
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