Washington Week

New Republican leadership, Right-to-Work, North Korea

Special | 9m 38s

On the Webcast Extra: The panelists discuss up and coming Republicans looking to fill the leadership void in the wake of Mitt Romney’s loss. Also, what does the passage of Michigan’s right-to-work legislation mean for the future of labor? Plus, what is the significance of North Korea’s rocket launch? After Susan Rice bows out, the panelists consider changes in the national security team.

Aired: 12/14/12

Rating: NR

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Washington Week came on the air February 23, 1967. In the 50 years that followed, we covered a lot of history-making events. Read up on 10 of the biggest stories Washington Week covered in its first 50 years.

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