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ANNOUNCEMENT: Policy Portal Launched by Carnegie Corp.

October 06, 2008

Mccain_obama_0329_2Whether it's Obama or McCain, the forty-fourth president of the United States has his work cut out for him (sorry, Hill!). From the economy to health care to nuclear proliferation to climate change, the problems he will face are daunting and, in many instances, getting worse.

To help inform the next president and his administration as they tackle those challenges, the Carnegie Corporation of New York has launched a new Web portal that aggregates links to a selection of reports, articles, and analyses produced by U.S. think tanks, educational institutions, news media, and nonprofits and NGOs from across the ideological spectrum.

Topics addressed by the site include Afghanistan, Africa, China, Climate Change, Democracy and Human Rights, Education, Energy, Healthcare, Housing, Immigration, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Nuclear Proliferation, Pakistan, Poverty, Social Security, Terrorism, and the U.S. Economy.

To learn more and/or explore the resources at the site, visit: www.advicetothepresident.org.

-- Mitch Nauffts

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