Motion: Corporate bailouts and capital market rescues make sense, II (Jonathan Padilla vs. Nick White)

Released Wednesday, 3rd June 2020
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Guests:

Jonathan "JP" Padilla (@JPadillaCA)
Nick White (@nickwh8te)

Host:

Richard Yan (@gentso09)

Today’s motion is “I largely approve the US government’s fiscal and monetary response to the ongoing economic crisis.” 
We recently had another debate on a similar topic, between Qiao Wang and Jimmy Song. 
While Qiao argued for the pro-establishment view, he still saw lots of issues with the government’s intervention in the markets. In the debate, Qiao was playing the role of a devil’s advocate, to help the crypto community understand the pro-intervention perspective. 
In today’s debate, however, the pro-intervention guest (Jonathan "JP" Padilla) is a Kenseyan, has worked for the Whitehouse, and is very supportive of the government actions during the ongoing crisis. 
The anti-intervention guest (Nick White) today is also not a hard-core libertarian like Jimmy from the previous debate. So today’s debate is more consensus-building than that previous debate.
Be sure to also check out our previous episodes too. We’ve featured some of the best known thinkers in the crypto space.
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