Presidents and Political Structure2013-01-20T08:32:03-05:00https://images.c-span.org/Files/444/20130120083642003_hd.jpgPanelists talked about the public and political expectations of presidents dealing with disaster relief after hurricanes, floods, and terrorist attacks, as well as the president’s responsibility for growing his political party while in office.
Panelists talked about the public and political expectations of presidents dealing with disaster relief after hurricanes, floods, and terrorist attacks, as well as the president’s responsibility for growing his political party while in office.
People in this video
- Michael Bernstein Professor Tulane University->History Department
Frank Costigliola Professor University of Connecticut->History Department
Gareth Davies Lecturer Oxford University->American History
- William "Bill" A. Galston Senior Fellow Brookings Institution->Governance Studies Program
- Daniel Galvin Assistant Professor Northwestern University->Political Science
David Greenberg Associate Professor Rutgers University, New Brunswick->History, Journalism & Media Studies
- Ira Katznelson Professor Columbia University->Political Science and History
James T. Kloppenberg Professor Harvard University->History
- Sidney M. Milkis Professor University of Virginia->Wilson (Woodrow) Department of Politics
- University of Virginia | Miller Center of Public AffairsUniversity of Virginia | Miller Center of Public Affairs
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