Douglas Holtz-Eakin addresses an audience of Kenyon students and faculty, as well as community members, during the opening lecture of the Center of the Study of American Democracy’s conference on “The Politics of Inequality.”

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GAMBIER — Economics is known as the “dismal science,” but Douglas Holtz-Eakin did an excellent job of keeping his audience alert and engaged as he laid the groundwork for the next two days of examining “The Politics of Inequality” for the biennial conference of the Center for the Study of American Democracy (CSAD) at Kenyon College.

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