Forum: Affairs of State; American Constitution, The: Privacy vs. Government Regulation
Approximate date: 1987
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- Forum: Affairs of State
- American Constitution, The: Privacy vs. Government Regulation
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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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Moderator Stephen Rosenfeld leads a panel that includes Edward Hennessey, John Silber, Barney Frank and Thomas O'Connor. Taped May 1, 1987 at the John Hancock Hall as part of the Living in a Society with a Constitution seminar.
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- Fitzgerald, Greg (Series Producer)
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