Brigid Harrison

Montclair State University

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Professor of Political Science at Montclair State University in New Jersey

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Last night at the Reagan Library in California,  Chris Christie talked  about America's greatness, disparaged both President Obama and Congress.

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Last night at the Reagan Library in California, Chris Christie talked about America's greatness, disparaged both President Obama and Congress.

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Rick Perry 's performance in  last week's debate  of GOP presidential candidates has been called a "train wreck," and "close to disqualifying" by fellow Republicans cool to  Mitt…

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