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Economist: It’s refreshing to see 2020 Dems going bold on economic proposals

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2020 Democratic hopefuls are bringing a wide range of economic ideas, including Elizabeth Warren’s wealth tax proposal and Cory Booker’s “Baby Bonds.” Stephanie Kelton, professor at Stony Brook University and economic adviser on Bernie Sanders’ 2016 campaign, joins Alex Witt to give her thoughts on such programs’ feasibility.