What Tech Leaders Really Want

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What Tech Leaders Really Want

They’re an influential group that’s hard to pin down politically — until now. Meet the Liberaltarians.

Technology elites are basically liberal in all areas except for one: regulation.

As the power of the tech industry grows, will they pull the Democratic party to the right on workers’ rights? Or will the growing gap between the elites and the masses force the elites to change?

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