October 24th, 2008
Whoever becomes the next president, he’ll be facing an economic crisis more threatening than any other since the Great Depression. Plus, he’ll inherit two wars, a degrading infrastructure and a declining global image. So this week we’ll try to find out what kind of leadership qualities and techniques are needed and what sort of policy challenges the next administration will have to confront. We’ll ask experts on public policy and leadership how the 44th President can begin to solve the pressing challenges of our time.
Listen to the Full Episode | Download MP3
Part 1: James Galbraith, Economist |Download MP3
Part 2: Peter Block, Leadership Consultant | Download MP3
Part 3: Lewis Pitts, Public Interest Attorney | Download MP3
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