Obama's First 100 Days: The View From The Road

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This week marks President Obama's 100th day in office. NPR correspondent David Greene has just wrapped up a cross-country road trip talking with Americans about the president. His series of conversations has focused on how the recession, and Obama's presidency, have affected people.

Greene and David Gergen, professor of public service at Harvard University, examine Obama's first 100 days. Tell us: How has your life changed since he took office?

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