Ana Swanson

If we could start from scratch, how would we design the U.S. government? Would we preserve the electoral college, the18th-centurycreation that is so controversial today? Would we keep the Senate or the Supreme Court? According to Parag Khanna, an author known for pushing boundaries, the answer is no. In a new book, Technocracy in America: Rise of the Info-State, Khanna takes on the task of radically redesigning the U.S.government for the 21st century.

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