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Congressional Corner with David Hawkings

David Hawkings

Is the state of our union strong?

In today’s Congressional Corner, David Hawkings of The American Leader speaks with WAMC’s Alan Chartock.

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Dr. Alan Chartock is professor emeritus at the University at Albany. He hosts the weekly Capitol Connection series, heard on public radio stations around New York. The program, for almost 12 years, highlighted interviews with Governor Mario Cuomo and now continues with conversations with state political leaders. Dr. Chartock also appears each week on The Media Project and The Roundtable and offers commentary on Morning Edition, weekdays at 7:40 a.m.
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