Forum: Affairs of State; Criminal Justice System, The: How Well Does It Work
Fred Friendly Crime Seminar
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- Forum: Affairs of State
- Criminal Justice System, The: How Well Does It Work
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Broadcast Sunday evenings, 13 programs.
Affairs of the State will probe an important issue with those at the center of decision making. We'll be taking our radio microphones to The Harvard Law School Forum, Brown University, Dartmouth College, The Harvard School of Public Health and the World Affairs Council for 13 weeks of debate and dialogue.
See On Air radio guide, April 1987 for cover story. Series release date: 4/5/1987
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Former CBS News President Fred Friendly, Alan Dershowitz, defense attorney and professor at Harvard Law School, Leroy Zimmerman, Attorney General of Pennsylvania, William Tucker, author of Vigilante: the Backlash Against Crime in America, Charleston, South Carolina police chief, Reuben Greenberg. This crime seminar was taped June 11, 1987.
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- Fitzgerald, Greg (Series Producer)
- Chicago: “Forum: Affairs of State; Criminal Justice System, The: How Well Does It Work,” 06/11/1987, WGBH Media Library & Archives, accessed October 25, 2016, http://openvault.wgbh.org/catalog/A_4A604F845BF543A1A691C181DE9277D8.
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- APA: Forum: Affairs of State; Criminal Justice System, The: How Well Does It Work. Boston, MA: WGBH Media Library & Archives. Retrieved from http://openvault.wgbh.org/catalog/A_4A604F845BF543A1A691C181DE9277D8