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Excerpts of a discussion on whether the Constitution needs to be revised to better protect minority groups, or whether African-Americans must choose to fight for independent nationhood. Featuring Robert Bailey, Dennis Dunn, E. N. Easley, Russ Ellis,…

A panel discussion on protecting the individual from abuses of intelligence functions, with William E. Colby, Thomas Irwin Emerson, Morton Halperin, Richard D. Hongisto, Mitchell Rogovin, and Stansfield Turner. Douglas Inquiry IX. Dec. 7, 1978.

A panel discussion on protecting the individual from abuses of intelligence functions, with William E. Colby, Thomas Irwin Emerson, Morton Halperin, Richard D. Hongisto, Mitchell Rogovin, and Stansfield Turner. Douglas Inquiry IX. Dec. 7, 1978.

Stansfield Turner, director of the Central Intelligence Agency, defends the intelligence community from a barrage of criticism over recently-uncovered abuses. While acknowledging the necessity for appropriate constraints, he argues that the…

Scott Buchanan suggests that Americans are not yet fulfilling the role of public citizens that the Constitution envisioned for them due to a misreading of the First Amendment. Rather than seeing it as merely proscribing the areas in which government…

Scott Buchanan suggests that Americans are not yet fulfilling the role of public citizens that the Constitution envisioned for them due to a misreading of the First Amendment. Rather than seeing it as merely proscribing the areas in which government…

Quintin Hogg, a.k.a. Viscount Hailsham, British Minister of Science, offers his views on politics and people, political parties, and democracy, suggesting that the valorization of the common man should give way to a focus on the qualified man. With…

Senator J. William Fulbright discusses whether democracy by the people is still possible in this analysis of the functions of the Executive and the Legislature, particularly in the areas of foreign policy. Followed with commentaries by philosophers…

Senator J. William Fulbright discusses whether democracy by the people is still possible in this analysis of the functions of the Executive and the Legislature, particularly in the areas of foreign policy. Followed with commentaries by philosophers…