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Prof. Elaine Kamarck on What Makes a President Successful | PolicyCast

Harvard University on October 31, 2012 19:35

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    HKS Professor Elaine Kamarck discusses the common threads between presidents that have achieved their political priorities in the United States. Drawing from her experience in the Clinton White House and stories from past presidential administrations, Kamarck tries to define what makes success possible and whether the Obama administration has achieved it. Kamarck also talks about the budget deficit and her past efforts to eliminate fraud, waste and abuse in the federal government.

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