On Leadership: Presidential Historian Richard Norton Smith
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On Leadership: Presidential Historian Richard Norton Smith

Smith talks with Steve Pearlstein about why Obama must make more than racial history, when Bush's "emotional competence" faltered, and how FDR and Reagan led with optimism.Video: Malcolm Brown/FSNEditor: Andrea Useem/washingtonpost.com

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