Election 2020 in Context: Community Conversation #5, President-elect Biden’s Cabinet Nominees: Implications for Economic and Foreign Policy

December 10, 2020

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President Joe Biden’s first nominations for his cabinet displayed his administration’s focus on economic and foreign policy. What does the selection of these nominees tell us about what his administration may do? Linda Tesar, professor at U-M, Ambassador Susan D. Page, professor at the U-M Ford School and Michigan law, discuss the upcoming difficulties in economic and foreign policy domestically and internationally.

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