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PODCAST: Can Startups Save the American Dream?

The Miller Center's Lead Policy Analyst Tony Lucadamo recently went on local radio affiliate, WINA Morning News to discuss the recent Milstein Symposium report, Can Startups Save the American Dream? 

The podcast covers an array of topics including the ability of start-ups to improve the American middle class. The interview goes on to cover the merits the proposal that  a national K-12 entrepreneurship competition similar to a spelling bee be instituted. The idea was suggested in the Milstein report as a means of incentivizing students at the K-12 level to expand their use of creative thinking and to begin to think of entrepreneuship as a profession to which they can aspire rather than solely the domain of Silicon Valley.  

Date edited: 05/19/2015 (10:33AM)


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