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Jennifer Bachner Discusses What Washington Gets Wrong on the Kojo Nnamdi Show

This past Wednesday, Jennifer Bachner, director of the MS in Government Analytics Program, discussed her new book, What Washington Gets Wrong (Penguin Random House, with Benjamin Ginsberg) on the Kojo Nnamdi Show (NPR).  She was joined by Dan Tanghlerini of SeamleassDocs Federal.

The book discusses the misconceptions federal officials have about the American people and offers solutions regarding how we can build stronger bridges of understanding and communication bewteen government and the citizenry.  

On the show, Dr. Bachner and Mr. Tanghlerini delved into some of the specific misunderstandings officials have and ways to improve transparency in government. 

You can listen to the full show here.

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