On Jan. 20, Barack Obama will be inaugurated as the 44th President of the United States. It will be the first time in memory that a candidate with so little executive experience will become president, and the first time since JFK that the electorate has chosen a sitting U.S. senator to serve as the nation’s chief executive. What do we know about his views? What clues has he given us? And what do those clues tell us about how he will govern the country for the next four years?From his tenure ...

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