State of Congress
Norman Ornstein and Thomas Mann, authors of The Broken Branch: How Congress is Failing America and How to Get It Back on Track, spoke with students about the current state of Congress and debated the idea of Congress being a broken institution.
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Carolyn Curiel Clinical Professor Purdue University->Department of Communication
Thomas E. Mann Co-Director American Enterprise Inst.-Brookings Election Reform Project
Norman J. Ornstein Resident Scholar American Enterprise Institute
Steve Scully Adjunct Professor University of Denver
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