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Guest Host: Katty Kay
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- James Pfiffner professor of public policy, George Mason University
- Alexis Simendinger national correspondent for the "National Journal"
- Paul Light is a professor with New York University's Wagner School of Public Service.
- Peter Baker reporter, The New York Times
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