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A tale of two Elizabeth Warrens

TIME’s Giridharadas and Warren onstage at SXSW in Austin

THERE ARE AT LEAST TWO ELIZABETH WARRENS: BANKRUPTCY Law Liz and Michelob ULTRA Betsy.

Bankruptcy Law Liz has more sweeping policy ideas than you have friends. She reads two books a week, which happens to be the number of books the median American reads in six months. She was a Harvard professor. She calls herself a “data nerd.”

Michelob ULTRA Betsy is an Okie by birth. She says “dang” and “golly” and

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