Grant Neeley

University of Dayton

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Professor of Political Science at the University of Dayton

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After  briefing reporters  on efforts to prepare an upcoming disaster, President Obama answered just one question today at the White House: what about the ongoing campaign for the…

The Gathering Storm and the Campaign for the White House

After briefing reporters on efforts to prepare an upcoming disaster, President Obama answered just one question today at the White House: what about the ongoing campaign for the…

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Disaster response is already underway as tens of millions of Americans are hunkered down for the full impact of Hurricane Sandy late this evening.

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