Andrew Yang interviews Krystal Ball: on Media Blackout, UBI & New Populism; drawing by Bea Garth

Editorial Note: Andrew Yang interviews You-Tube host Krystal Ball (of Rising at The Hill)

"The Itch," pen and ink by Bea Garth, copyright 1982

“The Itch,” pen and ink by Bea Garth, copyright 1982

in this lively discussion on why they each got into politics and what America needs now. Both agree on the necessity of UBI’s (Universal Basic Income), especially given the Pandemic. They  see their decision to be active in politics as a necessity to help make a positive difference, especially now given the high stakes involved with the devolving economy for the common person and devastation for many. Yang brings the discussion back to Ms. Ball’s views on the new populism, of which she and Saagar Enjeti recently wrote The Populists Guide to 2020: A new Right and New Left Are Rising https://www.amazon.com/Populists-Guide-2020-Right-Rising/dp/1947492454



Categories: pen and ink by Bea Garth, social and political commentary, social political commentary Andrew Yang, social political commentary Krystal Ball

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