New Jersey senator Bill Bradley offers his personal review of the state of the nation. He criticizes the role that money plays in politics, discusses flaws in existing foreign, electoral, and economic policies, and offer an opinion on steps the U.S. can take to return to prosperity. Topics covered include the financial meltdown, intensifying political gridlock, the Tea Party and Occupy movements, job creation, deficit reduction, education, and immigration.
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