On Leadership: Greg Craig, White House Counsel
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On Leadership: Greg Craig, White House Counsel

Counsel to President Obama and former aide to Sen. Ted Kennedy, Greg Craig explains to On Leadership's Steve Pearlstein how Ted Kennedy "invented earmarks" and retained such a loyal staff.

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