A Conversation with Obama

Thursday, November 06, 2008

As part of WNYC’s election coverage, Bob Hennelly had an exclusive interview with Senator Obama between stops in New York City after his Cooper Union address on increased market transparency. It was late March and he asked the then-Democratic candidate for president about the end of Bear Stearns, investing in the country’s infrastructure and missed opportunities during the Bush administration, among other topics. Listen here.


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