Can Progressives, Libertarians Achieve a Union? Brink Lindsey, director of the CATO Institute's Center for Trade Policy Studies, authored a New Republic article suggesting a potential alliance between progressive liberals and libertarians.
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Can Progressives, Libertarians Achieve a Union?

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Can Progressives, Libertarians Achieve a Union?

Can Progressives, Libertarians Achieve a Union?

Can Progressives, Libertarians Achieve a Union?

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Brink Lindsey, director of the CATO Institute's Center for Trade Policy Studies, authored a New Republic article suggesting a potential alliance between progressive liberals and libertarians. He talks with Robert Siegel about his vision of "progressive fusionism."