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Resolutions for President Obama's Second Term

As President Obama officially begins his second term in office today, we reflect on the resolutions that he should make for his second term. The President’s first term was dominated by urgency and crisis. In 2009 the priorities were undeniable: keep the economy from falling into an irreversible recession, save the auto industry, restore the flow of credit, and get Americans back to work. These, along with reforming the countries healthcare, were the focuses of his first term. What will define President Obama’s legacy and shape the long-term direction of this country is whether he and his administration can, in the coming months, look beyond the latest crisis and address bigger more fundamental challenges the country is facing. With the recent gun related violence and a still shaky economy, the President has plenty of crisis left to face. But perhaps his long-term focus should be on finding a new way for Washington to work together across partisan lines. In our Athena Doctrine study, we found that 76% of adults thought that it would be good if there were more women in leadership positions in government. 78% agreed that today’s times require we be more kind and empathetic to others. In order to bring together both parties, despite their disagreements, the President needs to forgo pride for empathy, focus on reasonableness and collaboration, and cultivate feminine qualities instead of masculine traits.

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