We Can All Do Better: One on One with Senator Bill Bradley

Bill Bradley, discusses his book, We Can All Do Better. The Crystal City MO native was a NCAA All-American, Rhodes Scholar, NBA Hall-of-Famer, Olympic Gold Medalist, U.S. Senator, and Democratic Presidential hopeful. These are titles most of us dream of having one of during our lifetime. Sen. Bill Bradley has had them all. In this one-on-one interview Bill Bradley talks about his athletic and political life including how he became a basketball great.

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We Can All Do Better: One on One with Senator Bill Bradley

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Date: April 18, 2015 Time: 10:00am