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Harvard Law Professors Praise Joe Biden Economy

Harvard Law Professors Praise Joe Biden Economy

“The Biden administration is clear-eyed about the tools it has to support well-being and productive exchange”

No amount of spin will change the public’s experience of reality. Not even from experts at Harvard.

Campus Reform reports:

Harvard Law scholars praise economy under Biden

Harvard Law School faculty evaluated the Biden administration’s performance through the first twelve months in a series titled “Weighing President Biden’s first year.”

Despite record-high inflation and record low approval ratings for the Biden administration, scholars at Harvard Law praise Biden’s economy.

The articles cover Biden’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the environment, voting rights, and the federal court system.

“Harvard Law experts turn a critical eye to the Biden administration’s efforts on health care, the economy, criminal justice reform, and other areas important to Americans — and share their thoughts on its agenda for the future,” the series description reads.

The articles praise the Biden administration.

“The administration is oriented to using both monetary and fiscal policy (taxing and spending) to support equitable development, augment financial stability, as well as tackle problems like inflation,” Leo Gottlieb Professor of Law Christine A. Desan states in an interview for the series.

“The Biden administration is clear-eyed about the tools it has to support well-being and productive exchange,” she continued.

When asked what the Biden administration has done wrong, Desan responded, “we are perennially behind the ball on climate change, a matter that itself disproportionately affects underserved and minority communities.”

The article does not mention labor shortages, supply chain issues, or rising inflation.

In the “Voting and elections” installment, Ruth Greenwood begins by tackling the question of “What has the administration done right so far?”

“The best thing the Biden administration has done for democracy so far is to revise and reintroduce the For the People Act (also called the Freedom to Vote Act), H.R. 1 of 2021, and the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act, H.R. 4 of 2021,” the Harvard Law School Visiting Assistant Clinical Professor of Law and Director of Election Law Clinic states.


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Harvard once again proves itself to be both dishonest and foolish. Everything it produces should be treated with scorn.

the idea of deliberately stating a lie is no longer a consideration in America where the concept of free speech has be gamed and degraded by leftist linguists like noam chomsky……him sefl a socialist piece of scht……

henrybowman | March 6, 2022 at 5:17 pm

Law. Harvard. Crazy white chicks.
The trifecta is still secure.

It seems that the Harvard Economics Department has turned into a bunch of Democrat apologists. Frankly, I’m surprised that they would sabotage their own credibility by failing to address any of Biden’s obvious blunders.

you have to read it OldProf2, HARVARD LAW, not the econ dept. where you from Yale?

    OldProf2 in reply to wayne1129. | March 6, 2022 at 11:16 pm

    Right! Pseudo-economists at the woke Harvard Law School. Sorry, I’m not a Yalie. I can wear any Halloween costume I want to.

a matter that itself disproportionately affects underserved and minority communities

Often claimed, never proved. Not that climate change is anything but fraud.

    Pepsi_Freak in reply to randian. | March 7, 2022 at 10:56 am

    People who have never learned to think critically tend to believe any purportedly authoritative statement. I don’t know anyone (outside of Harvard Law) who thinks many of those “skulls full of mush” have learned to think like a lawyer.

Strange, Law Professors who talk about everything else but the January 6th protestors and their lack of a speedy trial and harsh incarceration.