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The 100 Day Tradition Must Die

Every time we have a new president, we have a new 100-day plan. Maybe that isn’t such a great idea. John Cochrane from the Hoover Institute thinks that way, and yes you should take the time to read his take on it. Trump is taking the presidency in a time when this kind of thinking isn’t productive, and probably could be highly destructive – to the spirit and morale of Americans. Do you agree with Cochrane that we don’t want a 100-day plan of new “things,” but we do need sensible repair of known problems?

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