What global leaders learn from their time spent at Harvard
Articles By: Jacob Drucker
Jacob Drucker '15 is a Staff Writer for the Harvard Political Review. Originally from Hollywood, Florida, he covers domestic politics, international relations, and economic policies. He enjoys intramural frisbee, writing, and pretending to read newspapers.
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