To Think Globally & Act Locally

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The greatest hinderance to the American people has long been the strong and persistent inclination to regard domestic and foreign affairs as separate spheres of concern. In reality, these matters resemble a Venn Diagram — they have distinct challenges and functions, to be sure, but they also overlap on several critical issues. Trade, defense spending, immigration, climate change, and public health all sit firmly in this area of…