The greatest and longest economic disruption since the Great Depression and World War II is nearing its end. The pain associated with it has not yet begun to dissipate, and it has not been evenly distributed. The elections of 2008 and 2016 were referenda on the failure of superficial solutions to long-term structural problems. The result: widespread anxiety, division, and a fundamental crisis of confidence. What’s behind the anxiety crisis? How is it manifest? What are the implications? Where can we go from here? We’ll show you.
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