Ganesh Sitaraman

Ganesh Sitaraman is Chancellor Faculty Fellow, Professor of Law, and Director of the Program in Law and Government at Vanderbilt Law School. He is a columnist for Guardian US and has been a longtime advisor to Senator Elizabeth Warren, serving as her policy director and senior counsel. He is the author of The Crisis of the Middle-Class Constitution: Why Economic Inequality Threatens Our Republic, a New York Times Notable Book.

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Cover: The Public Option: How to Expand Freedom, Increase Opportunity, and Promote EqualityThe Public Option: How to Expand Freedom, Increase Opportunity, and Promote EqualitySitaraman, Ganesh
Alstott, Anne L.
HARDCOVER07/01/2019$25.95
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