Vetting the modern VP pick

Wednesday, September 03, 2008

Last week John McCain shook things up when he chose as his running mate the unknown Alaskan governor Sarah Palin. This week, a number of disclosures raise eyebrows about her candidacy and about how rigorously she was vetted. For a look at past Vice Presidential vetting we talk to Joel Goldstein, law professor at St. Louis University and vice presidency scholar.
Guest: Joel Goldstein, professor of law at St. Louis University; author; “The Modern Vice Presidency: The Transformation of a Political Institution.”

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