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Fewer vets in Congress impacts U.S. military intervention

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Colgate University Assistant Professor of Political Science Danielle Lupton is a 2008 Furman University graduate.

When fewer veterans serve in Congress, how does that impact the President’s ability to exert force overseas? Danielle Lupton ’08, a political science professor at Colgate University, answers the question during an interview on CNN. The news network caught up with Lupton following her column that appeared in The Washington Post about the presence or lack thereof of veterans in Congress and how that shifts the balance of power.

Lupton is a political science graduate who earned her Ph.D. at Duke University.

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