Monday, February 28, 2011

“Obama at Mid-Term: A Report Card”


“Obama at Mid-Term:
A Report Card”

The 30th Annual Presidential Symposium
Monday, March 14, 7:30 p.m.105 Stanley Hall, UC Berkeley
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Free and open to the public

Halfway through his term, how do we assess the presidency of Barack Obama? How did he deal with the economic and foreign policy dilemmas he inherited? How did his election change the dynamics of both parties? And in the wake of the mid-term elections, how should he seek to lead the country for the remaining two years of his term. Halfway through a historic presidency, a panel of experts puts the Obama Administration under the magnifying glass.

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Claudia Anderson, managing editor, The Weekly Standard
Daniel J. Balz, national political writer, The Washington Post
Ann M. O'Leary, executive director, Center on Health, Economic and Family Security, Berkeley Law School
John J. Pitney, Jr., Roy. P. Crocker Professor of American Politics, Claremont McKenna College

This is the 30th Annual Review of the Presidency sponsored by the Institute of Governmental Studies
Picture of Robert T. Matsui Sponsored by Robert T. Matsui Center for Politics and Public Service, part of the Institute of Governmental Studies & Berkeley Extension

Submitted by Marky-Mark Stechbart 

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