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Rebooting America

Amid a pandemic, an economic crisis, and a country fractured by extremism and inequality, Duke Law scholars offer insight and advice to the new administration on the path forward.

President Joseph R. Biden, Jr. began his term on Jan. 20th with a flurry of consequential executive orders, legislative proposals, and ambitious goals: to quell a raging pandemic, restart the stalled economy, address climate change, combat racial inequality, and united a country fractured by extremism. As the president and Congress tackle formidable challenges, 10 Duke Law faculty scholars reflect on what can and should be done across a range of pressing issues.

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