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Post Election: Winners, Losers and What it Means for the Country with David Brooks New York Discussion Series

David Brooks and Robert McDowellDavid Brooks, the renowned columnist for the New York Times, is an esteemed political analyst known, in part, for his regular appearances on “The PBS News Hour,” NPR’s “All Things Considered” and NBC’s “Meet the Press.” An opinion leader with a keen eye on the political scene, he offered his unvarnished analysis of the midterm elections, examining the implications of the stunning Republican takeover of the Senate, the largest Republican House majority in 65 years and what these results mean for our nation’s security, economy, and political culture for the remainder of President Obama’s term.

Hudson Visiting Fellow Robert McDowell, former FCC Commissioner and astute observer of Congress, moderated the discussion. This special post-election event took place in New York on November 6, 2014.


David Brooks Speaker

Columnist, The New York Times

Robert McDowell Moderator

Visiting Fellow, Hudson Institute


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