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Since Inauguration Day, across Silicon Valley I’ve been hearing software engineers who earn six figures talk about solidarity, collective action, and the rise of labor against capital. In July, word went around that Reid Hoffman, a founder of LinkedIn, and Mark Pincus, a founder of Zynga, were launching a political organization called Win the Future, or #WTF (hashtag theirs), with Adam Werbach, a former president of the Sierra Club. The group, described as the “first people’s lobby,” would attempt to revitalize the Democratic Party by crowd-sourcing a policy agenda and broadcasting popular platforms on billboards in Washington. No specific legislative goals have materialized, but as a start Pincus has proposed soliciting feedback on whether it should be free, for all Americans, to obtain an engineering degree.

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