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The Center's Donald McDonald interviews ethicist William Lee Miller, of Indiana University, about the changes in the ethical quality of American political life over a course of two decades. Professor Miller contends that the prime test of ethical…

The Center's Donald McDonald interviews ethicist William Lee Miller, of Indiana University, about the changes in the ethical quality of American political life over a course of two decades. Professor Miller contends that the prime test of ethical…

Poet, professor, and politician Eugene McCarthy discusses his personal credo of "contract and commitment," politics as a profession, the function of the politician as educator, institutional aspects of American government, and the disorders of our…

A panel discussion that examines the quality of the people chosen to execute our foreign policy and their relationship with media reporters as critical variables in the workings of our government. Featuring Alfred Balk, Thomas E. Cronin, John Kenneth…

A panel discussion that examines the quality of the people chosen to execute our foreign policy and their relationship with media reporters as critical variables in the workings of our government. Featuring Alfred Balk, Thomas E. Cronin, John Kenneth…

Economist Walter Adams, of Michigan State University, argues that the military-industrial complex is only an illustrative footnote to the enormous concentration of economic power in which government and big business have become partners, with…

Economist Walter Adams, of Michigan State University, argues that the military-industrial complex is only an illustrative footnote to the enormous concentration of economic power in which government and big business have become partners, with…

A discussion of the imbalance between the power of the executive and legislative branches in making foreign policy, featuring Hubert Humphrey, Eugene J. McCarthy, George McGovern, Edmund S. Muskie, and Nelson Rockefeller. Pacem in Terris III: 25.…

A discussion of the imbalance between the power of the executive and legislative branches in making foreign policy, featuring Hubert Humphrey, Eugene J. McCarthy, George McGovern, Edmund S. Muskie, and Nelson Rockefeller. Pacem in Terris III: 25.…

Senator Sam J. Ervin, Jr. argues that the executive branch has increasingly usurped authority over foreign policy until the President has virtually unlimited powers in matters of war and peace. Senator Ervin urges Congress to reassert its…