Since taking office, Barack Obama has had to confront economic crisis as well as an opposition determined to discredit him and destroy his agenda. Obama has been forced to adapt his governing style and to rein in his ambitions for change. These four years crystallize the very nature of the political machine that is representative democracy. What happens when the best speeches and intentions meet the unforgiving reality of economic recession and relentless political opposition?
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