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.

from To the Point

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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