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He Was Our Man in Washington

He Was Our Man in Washington

A fair-minded but highly critical interpretation of president Obama and his brand of "hope and change," grounded in a reality that goes beyond the headlines.

He Was Our Man in Washington

A fair-minded but highly critical interpretation of president Obama and his brand of "hope and change," grounded in a reality that goes beyond the headlines.

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Apr 30, 2021
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Executive branch, Social theory, United states (general)

Synopsis

He Was Our Man in Washington provides a detailed narrative of the years of the Obama administration gravitating around six key topics: the War on Terror, the Great Recession, marginal struggles, the Affordable Care Act, climate change, and Indigenous issues, that sit at the intersection of the other topics. Each chapter begins with a brief account of the historical context within which the Obama administration acted. The result is a fair-minded but highly critical interpretation of president Obama and his brand of "hope and change," grounded in a reality that goes beyond mere headlines.

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