Andrew Rudalevige

Bowdoin College

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Presidential scholar and Professor of Government at Bowdoin College

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With Republicans controlling the Senate as well as the House, the President will tour the country this week, taking credit for economic improvement.

President Obama Says, "I'm Not Done"

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