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Political Science Professor Weighs In On President Obama’s First State Of The Union Address

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The day after President Barack Obama gave his first State of the Union address to the nation in Washington, he spoke to a crowd of about three thousand people in Tampa. Among those at the event was University of South Florida Political Science Professor Susan MacManus. Kaitlyn Ash had the chance to talk to MacManus about not only the President’s speech but also her reaction to his State of the Union address.

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