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  • Corey Cook: Polarization, vitriol and ability to govern

    Corey Cook, dean of Boise State’s School of Public Service, is reporting on what he sees and hears in at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland this week, with a special eye on what might be of particular interest to Idaho. He says one of the most striking things about the convention has been the general vitrol present.

Corey Cook, dean of Boise State’s School of Public Service, is reporting on what he sees and hears in at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland this week, with a special eye on what might be of particular interest to Idaho. He says one of the most striking things about the convention has been the general vitrol present. Corey Cook Special to the Idaho Statesman
Corey Cook, dean of Boise State’s School of Public Service, is reporting on what he sees and hears in at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland this week, with a special eye on what might be of particular interest to Idaho. He says one of the most striking things about the convention has been the general vitrol present. Corey Cook Special to the Idaho Statesman

BSU’s Corey Cook: Unified parties, divided nation

July 20, 2016 8:08 PM