26 June 2012
In this interview, professor of political science at the University of Colorado E. Scott Adler discusses the difficulties facing leaders attempting to pursue their agendas in divided and entrenched institutions such as the US Congress. He begins by discussing his latest research which compares college football teams to Congressional groups. Professor Adler was in Sydney for the US Studies Centre's Why Leaders Can't Lead conference.
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