What lessons can be learned from the past two presidential elections? How are party alliances changing? How might this election transform foreign policy and generational dynamics? Sondra Farganis, director of the Wolfson Center for National Affairs, leads a conversation about the direction and lessons of American politics after the 2000 and 2004 presidential elections. She is joined by Eyenga Bokamba, a fellow of the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard; Margaret Henoch, retired CIA analyst, and; Sidney Plotkin, professor of Political Science at Vassar College. This event was held by The New School.
Posted: May 2nd, 2008
Learning from the Elections of 2004 and 2000