@AndrewYang: I’d add pervasive financial insecurity as a factor that makes everyone more apt to turn on each other.

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@AndrewYang: Having spent time in Georgia among many other states I think it ranks pretty high up there, definitely as a place to spend a couple months. Great people, excellent food, nice weather, and a lot of new good things happening.

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@AndrewYang: What are the greatest threats to mankind according to @ianbremmer – and how do we begin to address them?

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@AndrewYang: People are increasingly seeing that ranked choice voting and open primaries will be a huge step forward – and that the system doesn’t necessarily welcome change.

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@AndrewYang: Monday on I interview our very own @Zach_Graumann on his new book “Longshot” about the unlikely rise of the Andrew Yang campaign 😀🚀

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@AndrewYang: We need a third party that brings people together to actually solve the nation’s problems and doesn’t judge you or your beliefs. We’re all Americans and we want to move the country #forward @Fwd_Party ⬆️🚀🇺🇸

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@AndrewYang: “If these institutional arrangements have decayed due to changes in society or technology, renovating them under the new conditions is the most pressing challenge from which all else follows. Simply returning ‘our’ partisans to the halls of power only reproduces the problem.”

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@AndrewYang: Anyone who wants to move on from the two-party system should be working together to change the game. It’s not the people in the seats it’s how the seats are selected and arranged and the incentives that fall on those who win.

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