Former New York Governor DeWitt Clinton once considered the Erie Canal a "fountain of public good and national abundance." Amid contemporary gridlock and polarization, what ideas can help spur a new generation of engineers and creators for the future of American infrastructure? Learn about how the Erie Canal contributed to the beginnings of American democracy and how an "Infrastructure National Guard" may spur ideas on states creating new visions for their infrastructure and future prosperity.Support the show
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