Communications in the George W. Bush Administration
This was part of a three-day conference hosted by Hofstra University on administration of the 43rd president.
Panelists talked about White House communications during the George W. Bush administration. Topics included the effects of changes in the media landscape on the administration’s ability to control the message that reached the public.
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Julie Mason Correspondent (Former) Houston Chronicle
Ronald "Ron" I. Christie Acting Director (Former) USA Freedom Corps
Evan Cornog Dean Hofstra University->Communication
Howard Dean M.D. Governor (Former) [D] Vermont
Edward Rollins Political Consultant White House
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