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Robert Shrum Speaks at the China Card Conference

Robert Shrum, Warshaw Chair in Practical Politics at USC, spoke on the “What People Think and Why It Matters” panel at the China Card conference on September 29, 2016.
October 20, 2016
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Robert Shrum is the Warshaw Chair in Practical Politics at USC. Over the past four decades, few have had the influence or depth of experience in American politics as Robert Shrum. His first national campaign was the 1972 McGovern race. He subsequently guided four other national campaigns. He played an important role in thirty winning campaigns for U.S. Senate, eight winning campaigns for governor, and winning mayoral races in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, and other cities. He also consulted on successful campaigns in Israel and Britain. Shrum published his memoir, No Excuses, in 2007.

 
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