2016 Elections

Q&A: Clinton and the Politics of 'Predistribution'

Jacob Hacker says her ideas to keep capitalism strong and fair evoke Dwight Eisenhower's.

Union members at a Hillary Clinton campaign event in January.

Photographer: Brendan Hoffman/Getty Images

Hillary Clinton’s website lists 31 alphabetized policies on everything from Alzheimer’s disease to workforce skills, each with its own 10-point plan. It’s wonky, to be sure. But does it add up to a governing philosophy?

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