Rohit Khanna is an American academic, lawyer, and politician serving as the U.S. Representative from California's 17th congressional district, since 2017.
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"A reminder that even the smallest newspapers can hold the most powerful among us accountable."--The New York Times Book ReviewIowa plays an outsize role in national politics. Iowa introduced Barack Obama and voted bigly for Donald Trump. But is it a bellwether for America, a harbinger of its future? Art Cullen's answer is complicated and honest. I...
Happy birthday @cullen_art! One of the great American journalists of our time. I have learned so much from his book and columns! – source
@paulkrugman Loved this book and learned a lot from it about the role of markets, the public sector, outsourcing, and the debate over automation and productivity. – source
I was late to my morning meeting because I couldn’t put down @ewarren book Persist. She’s an intellectual who makes the case that the fight is as important as the idea. Loved the story of how she had to bribe her toddler with M&Ms to potty-train her for childcare. Inspiring read! – source
"An urgent manifesto for the reconstruction of democratic belonging in our troubled times." --Davide PanagiaAcross the world, democracies are suffering from a disconnect between the people and political elites. In communities where jobs and industry are scarce, many feel the government is incapable of understanding their needs or addressing their p...
Charles Taylor has been one of the most brilliant voices for keeping communities together and engaging citizens to find common ground. This book is worth a read. – source
.@RosenthalHealth is 100% correct to go after large hospitals for their excessive fees & executive pay. I represent a district with Sutter & Kaiser, but we need to “rein in hospital excesses.” Her book American Sickness is a must read. – source
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