The case for Elizabeth Warren

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Published on 27 Feb 2020, 13:00
To fix the country's problems, you have to understand them.
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This video is one of a series in which Vox writers argue the cases for the leading Democratic candidates in the 2020 election. (Vox does not endorse individual candidates.)

The case for Bernie Sanders: youtu.be/1PjNlBV-_s8
The case for Joe Biden: youtu.be/4c5fuOPCeYw
The case for Elizabeth Warren: youtu.be/VBpmYDLECF8
The case for Pete Buttigieg: youtu.be/0yT7hpF654k

And you can read our cases for all the candidates, including Mike Bloomberg and Amy Klobuchar, at vox.com/the-case-for

Update: Elizabeth Warren withdrew her candidacy on March 5, 2020: vox.com/policy-and-politics/20...

Elizabeth Warren is 70, but she’s a relative newcomer to politics. Before she became a US senator in 2012, she was a law professor. And in the early 2000s, she was driven by one question: Why, at a time when the economy seemed so good, were so many American families declaring bankruptcy?

The answers she found turned her into one of the country’s fiercest advocates for consumers. They helped change how we think about the economy itself. And, Vox’s Ezra Klein argues, it’s Warren’s understanding of America’s big, systemic problems that makes her uniquely qualified to be the next president.

So: What exactly is it that Elizabeth Warren understands? What kind of president would she be? And what does any of that tell us about how she would fare in a general election against Donald Trump?

Read more about the case for Warren on Vox.com: bit.ly/2SgH2Xb

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