(November 7, 2012) Steve Schmidt, Simon Jackman, and Tom Steyer explore the ramifications of the reelection of Barack Obama as the president of the United States and how compromise must be integrated into the current government.
This course focuses on the fall election in November 2012 with examinations of major topics at stake in the election. The course is designed for all members of the Stanford University community. The course features guest speakers and professors engaging in discussion and debate.
Stanford Continuing Studies
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