[Official Google Video Blog] After The Elections - Then What?

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Google Video team

Nov 21, 2006, 9:49:17 PM11/21/06
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With the 2006 U.S. elections just finished, the important issues facing Americans -- education, health care, national security, the economy and others -- demand serious attention from Republicans and Democrats alike, no matter which side winds up controlling Congress.

The New America Foundation is a Washington DC-based, non-partisan think tank that regularly brings together policy experts from across the political spectrum to tackle vital domestic and global issues. More than 170 of these New America events are now on Google Video, with new videos being added each week.

A few highlights are featured below -- detailing some of the most important issues for this election and beyond:

Click here to watch "The Great Risk Shift"
In The Great Risk Shift: The Assault on American Jobs, Families, Health Care, and Retirement And How You Can Fight Back, New America Fellow Jacob S. Hacker lays bare the new economic realities facing American families.
1 hr 26 min 57 sec

Click here to watch "Can the Employer Role in Health Insurance Be Preserved?"
The New America Foundation and the Brookings Institution sponsored this second conversation in a series about the future of the employer-based health insurance system. Senators Blanche Lincoln (D-AR) and Gordon Smith (R-OR) discussed their perspective on how the employer system can continue to provide coverage for American workers and their families.
55 min 7 sec

Click here to watch "Closing the Achievement Gap"
Gov. Tim Kaine (D-VA) presented a half-hour speech to over a hundred guests at the New America Foundation on Tuesday, July 25, 2006. Kaine described his views on the importance of early childhood education, which studies show can reduce the number of unprepared students entering kindergarten each year and reduce the number of elementary school children who fail to advance to the next grade at the end of the school year.
1 hr 18 min 25 sec

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