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“Can the Center Hold?”: LPE Perspectives on the Biden Administration

Jan 28, 2021



Time of Event:

Thursday 2:35 ET / 5:35 PT

The Law and Political Economy Society ( at Berkeley is a student-run organization dedicated to fostering interest and discussion in LPE, offering a community through which students and practitioners can build creative thinking, dissent, and systemic critique into their study and practice.

Come join the Law and Political Economy Society at Berkeley Law on THURSDAY, January 28th at 5:35 PT to hang out, catch up, and discuss what we, as LPE students and practitioners, think of the presidential “transition”, the Biden-Harris Administration’s first days, and what can be accomplished in the months and years to come.

Suggested Reading:

Max Moran, “The 277 Policies for Which Biden Need Not Ask Permission,” The American Prospect

David Dayen, “Biden’s Actual Day One Agenda,” The American Prospect

Amy Sinden & James Goodwin, “Progressive Regulatory Reform Recommendations for the Biden-Harris Administration,” The Regulatory Review

Mike Konczal, “Why a Biden Administration Needs to Spend Big”, The Nation

Also, if you have time …

Check out Public Citizen’s “Blueprint for the Biden Administration,”
And LPE co-founder and Demos President K. Sabeel Rahman’s “Three Principles for an Equitable Recovery”.

NOTE: Zoom details will be emailed to all registrants by Thursday afternoon. Registration link: