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February 2019
Audio
The First Amendment
February 5th, 2019
Amy Adler, Nadine Strossen, Akhil Reed Amar (moderator)

Legal experts Amy Adler, Nadine Strossen, and Akhil Reed Amar discuss the first amendment, and why this basic constitutional right has been subject to so much controversy and varying interpretation.

Duration: 59:41

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February 2019
Audio
The Rule of Law
February 2nd, 2019
Linda Greenhouse, Robert Post, Kenji Yoshino

Legal experts Linda Greenhouse, Robert Post, and Kenji Yoshino discuss the nature of the rule of law and explore how norms, culture, and community interact with formal legal doctrine.

Duration: 01:28:21

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January 2019
Audio
Fascism: A Warning
January 30th, 2019
Madeleine Albright, Philip Bobbitt (moderator)

Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright discusses the history and current resurgence of fascism with Professor Philip Bobbitt.

Duration: 56:13

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January 2019
Audio
Memorializing the Civil War in 21st-Century America
January 29th, 2019
Edna Greene Medford, Eric Foner, Harold Holzer (moderator)

Experts discuss the history of Civil War memorials and the role these memorials play in 21st-Century America.

Duration: 54:12

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January 2019
Audio
Churchill’s Sense of Humor
January 24th, 2019
Andrew Roberts

Renowned Churchill biographer Andrew Roberts discusses Churchill’s sense of humor and how his jokes served as powerful weapons in his political armory.

Duration: 55:25

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