Barack Obama's election was considered by many to be a celebration of American democracy. But what were the conditions that lead up to it? Does America ever have to put itself through another aristocratic presidency?

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Barack Obama's election was considered by many to be a celebration of American democracy. But what were the conditions that lead up to it? Does America ever have to put itself through another aristocratic presidency?

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9 February 2009 (USA)  »

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Steve Buscemi's appears in the film at a pro-gun control reception for Vicky and Ted Kennedy in Boston. He has one line, "I'm very proud of it," referring to being proud of "being on the National Rifle Association's Blacklist". This may be Buscemi's shortest incidental appearance in a film. See more »

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