Tune in to hear Sarah Binder, senior fellow in Governance Studies, and Bill Galston, senior fellow and the Ezra K. Zilkha Chair in Governance Studies and former policy advisor to President Bill Clinton, review President Obama’s State of the Union address and look ahead to the 2016 presidential and congressional elections.
In this episode, they assess policy issues from the Obama Administration and discuss how the presidential candidates will address these issues. They identify the political party of the next President as a determining characteristic in the legacy President Obama will leave behind.
Also in this podcast: Listen to Richard Reeves, senior fellow in Economic Studies and co-director of the Center on Children and Families, speak about his new Esquire article, “Stuck.” Also stay tuned for the next installment of “Steve Hess Stories” with Senior Fellow Emeritus Stephen Hess.
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- State of the Union 2016 research and commentary
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- Brookings, Esquire team up on critical choices for America