Today's edition of MEET THE PRESS featured three high-profile guests, including documentary filmmaker Ken Burns, New York Times columnist David Brooks, and Senator Carl Levin. Check out a clip of the panels' discussion on expanding the democratic process internationally, and the United States' relationship with Egypt.
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