Washington Week

Webcast Extra - August 26, 2011

Special | 9m 38s

On the Webcast Extra: The panel discusses how journalists worked around the uprising in Libya and if Obama's foreign policy vindication will help his re-election chances. Also, is it consequential if Sarah Palin is in or out of the GOP race? Plus, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s impact on today's government and politics.

Aired: 08/26/11

Rating: NR

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