Obama's Reelection: We're Better Off Than 4 Years Ago
National Journal - McColl Center for Visual Art
The National Journal contrasts the clash of the candidates, and they offer a predicting future of Barack Obama's second term if he beats Mitt Romney.With the two presidential nominees sharply diverging on key policy issues such as the economy, workplace policy and foreign policy, President Obama and Governor Romney will provide the American public with the starkest contrast since 1984 if not 1964. National Journal and The Atlantic will examine this clash of policy ideas, each candidate's vision for America and a broad range of public policy issues destined to define the 2012 general election cycle.
Underwritten by: Society for Human Resource Management