Jun 25, 2015

Defeated at home, Obama looks abroad to secure his legacy

Many re-elected presidents in the postwar era have, like Obama, struggled to acquire domestic policy momentum, in large part because their parties, as with the Democrats now, often hold a weaker position in Congress.

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