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  • Health Care and the Marketplace, Part II

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    S 2007 : Ep 10.01.07 - 10/1/07

    Professor Emeritus of Medicine and Social Medicine at Harvard Medical School Dr. Arnold S. Relman discusses the potential of universal coverage.
  • A Global Network University

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    S 2007 : Ep 10.01.07 - 10/1/07

    New York University Law School Dean John Sexton discusses NYU's expansion to Abu Dhabi and Singapore.
  • Health Care and the Marketplace, Part I

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    S 2007 : Ep 10.01.07 - 10/1/07

    Professor Emeritus of Medicine and Social Medicine at Harvard Medical School Dr. Arnold S. Relman discusses the potential of universal coverage.
  • The University and Civil Discourse, Part I

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    S 2006 : Ep 11.09.06 - 11/9/06

    New York University Law School Dean John Sexton discusses dogmatism Vs. civil discourse.
  • The University and Civil Discourse, Part II

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    S 2006 : Ep 11.09.06 - 11/9/06

    New York University Law School Dean John Sexton discusses dogmatism Vs. civil discourse.
  • The New York Times Book Review, Part II

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    S 2006 : Ep 10.23.06 - 10/23/06

    Biographer and editor Sam Tanenhaus discusses contemporary writing and books.
  • Will Psychiatry Survive?

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    S 2006 : Ep 10.23.06 - 10/23/06

    Cornell psychiatry chairman Dr. Robert Michels discusses the future of psychiatry.
  • The Open Mind at 50

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    S 2006 : Ep 07.06.06 - 7/6/06

    William F. Baker and Richard Heffner discuss the history of the Open Mind.
  • Rx... Must It Be Cure vs. Care?, Part II

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    S 2006 : Ep 06.22.06 - 6/22/06

    Profesorr of geriatrics, medicine, and medical ethics Dr. Diane E. Meier discusses conflicts in medicine.
  • Rx... Must It Be Cure vs. Care?, Part I

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    S 2006 : Ep 06.22.06 - 6/22/06

    Profesorr of geriatrics, medicine, and medical ethics Dr. Diane E. Meier discusses conflicts in medicine.
  • The Disposable American... This Could Mean YOU

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    S 2006 : Ep 06.22.06 - 6/22/06

    Lead reporter for the New York Times prize winning 1996 series on "The Downsizing of America" Louis Uchitelle discusses the limits of the American worker's disposability.
  • The Most Democratic Branch?

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    S 2006 : Ep 06.22.06 - 6/22/06

    The New Republic's Legal Affairs Editor Jeffrey Rosen discusses the judicial system.
  • One Nation, Indivisible...

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    S 2006 : Ep 01.24.06 - 1/24/06

    Editor and pubsliher of The Nation Katrina vanden Huevel discusses what changes are to be seen from her journal and its opinions.
  • The Press: Power AND Responsibility

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    S 2005 : Ep 12.05.05 - 12/5/05

    City University of New York's Graduate School of Journalism Dean Stephen Shepard discusses his media convictions.
  • Dogmatism Versus Civil Discourse

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    S 2005 : Ep 11.07.05 - 11/7/05

    New York University Law School Dean John Sexton discusses pervasive dogmatism in American society.
  • McCarthyism to Terrorism

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    S 2005 : Ep 11.07.05 - 11/7/05

    Journalist Haynes Johnson discusses his book "The Age of Anxiety."
  • The Campaign for Educational Equity

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    S 2005 : Ep 09.19.05 - 9/19/05

    Activist-attorney and Michael A. Rebell, Esq. discusses the Teachers College's Campaign for Educational Equity, which he leads.
  • A Matter of Opinion, Part II

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    S 2005 : Ep 06.23.05 - 6/23/05

    Journalist Victor Navasky discusses the influence and ethics of journalism.
  • Needed - A New Social Contract

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    S 2005 : Ep 06.03.05 - 6/3/05

    National Urban League President Hugh B. Price discusses American society.
  • On Teaching Civic Virtues

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    S 2005 : Ep 06.03.05 - 6/3/05

    Teachers College President Dr. Arthur Levine discusses how schools can educate for citizenship.
  • Chasing the Dragon

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    S 2004 : Ep 12.03.04 - 12/3/04

    Time/Life/Fortune journalist Roy Rowan discusses discusses the emergence of modern China after World War II.
  • Hendrik Hertzberg's "Politics"

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    S 2004 : Ep 10.05.04 - 10/5/04

    Henrik Hertzberg discusses "Politics, Observations and Arguments, 1966 to 2004."
  • Anti-Semitism... "The World's Most Durable Ideology"

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    S 2004 : Ep 09.08.04 - 9/8/04

    Writer, teacher, and Nobel Prize Laureate Elie Wiesel discusses anti-Semitism.
  • Running on Empty... On the Road to Bankruptcy

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    S 2004 : Ep 09.08.04 - 9/8/04

    Former Secretary of Commerce Peter G. Peterson discusses fiscal conservatism.
  • No Child Left Behind... fact or fiction?

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    S 2004 : Ep 09.08.04 - 9/8/04

    Teachers College President Arthur Levine discusses the realities of "No Child Left Behind."
  • The Times, Its Readers and Their Advocate, Part II

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    S 2004 : Ep 06.17.04 - 6/17/04

    The New York Times' Public Editor Daniel Okrent discusses the ethics of contemporary journalism.
  • A Man for All Seasons, Part I

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    S 2004 : Ep 04.22.04 - 4/22/04

    Dr. Vartan Gregorian discusses his career and the state of education.
  • A Man for All Seasons, Part II

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    S 2004 : Ep 04.22.04 - 4/22/04

    Dr. Vartan Gregorian discusses his career and the state of education.
  • The University as Sacred Space, Part II

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    S 2004 : Ep 01.22.04 - 1/22/04

    New York University President John Sexton discusses the special role universities play.
  • We Can Take It... the Truth That Is, Part I

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    S 2004 : Ep 01.12.04 - 1/12/04

    Washington Post journalist Sally Quinn discusses the threat of bioterrorism.
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