Washington Classroom: Bill Galston

Washington Classroom: Bill Galston

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Maha Neouchy
April 29, 2013

William Galston, a senior fellow at Brookings Institution, is also co-founder of No Labels, a political organization in the U.S. dedicated to ensuring that government leaders work across party lines to solve problems. During the April 29th Washington Classroom, he sat down with Steve Scully to discuss partisan politics and Congress.


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