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Robert M. Hutchins leads a Center staff discussion on the landmark Supreme Court decision in Gray v. Sanders, which stirred a good deal of controversy due to the vast political changes it portended, especially since similar cases had previously been…

Robert M. Hutchins leads a Center staff discussion on the landmark Supreme Court decision in Gray v. Sanders, which stirred a good deal of controversy due to the vast political changes it portended, especially since similar cases had previously been…

Rexford G. Tugwell, in an interview with the Center's Frank K. Kelly, examines the sort of political judgment exhibited by Lyndon Johnson in 1964 and Franklin Roosevelt in 1932, when they chose not to educate the people about the issues, even though…

The Center's Michael Harrington and W. H. Ferry are joined by Frank Keegan, of Georgetown University, for a discussion about utopias and their opposites. Aug. 27, 1964.

Newton Minow, former FCC chairman, argues that the failure to adapt our institutions to ever more rapid change forces the government bureaucracy to defend the status quo long after technological advances have demanded a new approach. 10th CSDI…

Vice-Admiral Hyman G. Rickover of the United States Navy suggests that we cannot solve the problems of bureaucracy until we thoroughly analyze the characteristics of bureaucracy that are antithetical to democratic procedures, through his scholarly…

Vice-Admiral Hyman G. Rickover of the United States Navy suggests that we cannot solve the problems of bureaucracy until we thoroughly analyze the characteristics of bureaucracy that are antithetical to democratic procedures, through his scholarly…

Senator Hubert H. Humphrey speaks out on the difficulties and frustrations facing the overburdened legislator and makes several specific proposals to improve the operations of the U.S. Congress, so that it may reassert its former influence. 10th CSDI…

Senator Hubert H. Humphrey speaks out on the difficulties and frustrations facing the overburdened legislator and makes several specific proposals to improve the operations of the U.S. Congress, so that it may reassert its former influence. 10th CSDI…

The Center's Frank K. Kelly discusses a broad range of topics with millionaire industrialist Edward Lamb, a director of the Fund for the Republic, including his battles with the Federal Communications Commission, his autobiography 'No Lamb for…