People who paid close attention during the 2016 presidential campaign will likely recall then-candidate Donald Trump’s frequent assertions that the trade relationship between the United States and China was one-sided in favor of China. A significant part of his argument was that, in addition to a trade deficit, China frequently stole the intellectual property of United States companies.1
According to Neilsen, the overall consumption of music in the U.S. increased nearly 13 percent in 2017. R&B/hip-hop has emerged as the most popular genre in the U.S., yet Americans still love the classics – the Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts’ Club Band was the top-selling vinyl album last year, 40 years after its release changed music forever. The quality and timelessness of music combined with innovative technologies that now respect and support it has led to growth and optimism for artists.
District Dems, including ACG partner, Eriade Williams, launched to be a resource for campaigns around the country.