Bill Greener, III

Republican Strategist, Greener and Hook

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Republican strategist, former spokesman for the Republican National Committee (1980's)

Bill Greener, III on KCRW

Barack Obama  and  Hillary Clinton  are looking for votes in  Mississippi  tomorrow, but last week's flap over the  North American Free Trade Agreement  is still on the radar screen.

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