Michael A. Cohen

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Author of Live from the Campaign Trail: The Greatest Presidential Campaign Speeches of the Twentieth Century and How They Shaped Modern America and American Maelstrom: The 1968 Election and the Politics of Divisionformer fellow at the Century Foundation; former columnist for the Boston Globe and Foreign Policy; former co-director of the Privatization of Foreign Policy Initiative at the New America Foundation, and former blogger at DemocracyArsenal.org

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