Terry Sullivan

Co-Founder, White House Transition Project

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Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, he is co-founder and executive director of the White House Transition Project, which provides scholarly information and assistance to secure a successful presidential transition

Terry Sullivan on KCRW

With the motto, "never waste a good crisis," Barack Obama is pushing a broad agenda at the same time he’s trying to stabilize the financial system and restore economic stability.

Barack Obama: Doing Too Much or Too Little?

With the motto, "never waste a good crisis," Barack Obama is pushing a broad agenda at the same time he’s trying to stabilize the financial system and restore economic stability.

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Barack Obama's national security team is full of familiar faces, including  Hillary Clinton  at  State  and  Robert Gates  staying on at  Defense .

Obama Names His Nation Security Team

Barack Obama's national security team is full of familiar faces, including Hillary Clinton at State and Robert Gates staying on at Defense .

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Barack Obama's national security team is full of familiar faces, including  Hillary Clinton  at  State  and  Robert Gates  staying on at  Defense .

Obama Names His Nation Security Team

Barack Obama's national security team is full of familiar faces, including Hillary Clinton at State and Robert Gates staying on at Defense .

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