What Would Smaller Government Mean For You? Obama and McCain have both talked about the need to change the way the federal government works. What might smaller government mean for American citizens? Andrew Kohut, director of the Pew Research Center, and Paul Light, professor of public service at NYU, talk about how Americans think about government.
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What Would Smaller Government Mean For You?

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What Would Smaller Government Mean For You?

What Would Smaller Government Mean For You?

What Would Smaller Government Mean For You?

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Obama and McCain have both talked about the need to change the way the federal government works. What might smaller government mean for American citizens? Andrew Kohut, director of the Pew Research Center, and Paul Light, professor of public service at NYU, talk about how Americans think about government.

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Andrew Kohut, director of the Pew Research Center for the People and the Press

Paul Light, professor of public service at New York University, author of A Government Ill Executed: The Decline of the Federal Service and How to Reverse It

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