NYT On the Education of a President

The New York Times

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The New York Times published an article on 10/12/2010 by Peter Baker about the education of President Barack Obama, and it was not on his schooling – it was on the lessons Mr. Obama has learned during his first two years as President. The article discusses the problems of communication, and politics versus policy, dealing with the theatre of Washington, and the (failed) expectations of people, it delves into the personal methods of Obama’s interactions, his issues with small-group communications, and ultimately, what he wants in the future and what he has dealt with in the past.

It is an exhilarating read, one of the fastest eight pages I have gone through, and I feel I am an improper conduit for a good review, so, here is a link to the article.

The Education of a President

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