Newsom, Biden, and the poor

Bill Boyarsky and Sherry Bebitch Jeffe
Bill Boyarsky is a former reporter, editor and columnist for the Los Angeles Times. Sherry Bebitch Jeffe, is a retired Professor of the Practice of Public Policy Communication, Sol Price School of Public Policy, University of Southern California

Bill  and Sherry explore whether Gov. Gavin Newsom is caving in to rebels against his shelter-at-home policy.  The podcasters disagree over Joe Biden’s   campaign strategy.  Sherry favors Biden laying back, a version of the great heavyweight boxing champion Muhammad Ali’s rope-a-dope, where he waited against the ropes until his opponent punched himself into exhaustion.  Bill said Biden should attack–and also tell what a Biden presidency would mean to the country. And they look at the latest data showing the particular harm the coronavirus pandemic is causing Latinos and African Americans, especially the poor.


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