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Access to Justice

You've got a right to have your day in court. Indeed, the Constitution guarantees you a right to a lawyer, and even...

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Health Care Reform

Doctor, doctor, gimme the news, I got a bad case of . . . Health Care reform. We'll talk to two learned gentlemen...

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Reforming Libel Law in the United Kingdom

There is now a realistic prospect that UK libel law, which has a severe impact on freedom of expression worldwide,...

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Terrorism and International Law

Justice Richard Goldstone and other experts discuss international human rights law, the investigation and prosecution...

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Nicolas Véron on Global Financial Regulation Post 2008

On June 27, 2012, the Cornell International Affairs Review recorded this talk with Nicolas Véron in Paris. Mr....

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Episode 3: Obamacare and Addiction: What you Need to Know. Interview with Medivance

In this episode we interview Neisha Zaffuto and William McCormick of Medivance Billing. They share with us what every...

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Robert Reich: Last Chance for Immigration Reform?

In a NOW on the News web-exclusive interview, a former secretary of labor, Robert Reich, calls the current Senate...

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No Holds Barred: Jens Sejer Andersen on Global Sport: Reform or Revolution?

On this edition of No Holds Barred, host Eddie Goldman once again spoke with Jens Sejer Andersen, the international...

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JASS: Navigating the Borderland of Scholar Activism

Lindy Hern discusses her paper on her scholar activism within the Movement for Single Payer Health Care Reform and...

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“Push The Envelope”

“Push The Envelope” Podcast is now LIVE New Podcast for “Push The Envelope” in Partnership...

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Show 304 - Speed Dating For Delegates

As the U.S. Presidential campaign veers into unprecedented territory Dan sees opportunity in the unusual...

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Episode 1606: Brent Davis NCTM Plenary

Brent Davis from the University of Calgary delivers his plenary, "How research into second-language learning might be...

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NNG TO World Food by Wayne Roberts, read by Erikakw 4. 04/19/16

#food #opportunities #environment #health #community #food-policy #problem-solving #strawberries #food-problems...

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EP 82: Privatize Everything

Dennis wants to explore the return to privatization of public services. He begins by exploring how must public...

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080 Jen Manion, Liberty's Prisoners: Prisons & Prison Life in Early America

American prisons are overcrowded. The United States has the highest incarceration rate in the world and nearly 2.5...

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Being able to read between the lines is the thing

The HuffPost UK Politics team take a look at the week in politics, which this week had 7yr olds going on strike. Yes,...

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May 5, 2016 This Side of Immigration: How Reforming our Immigration Law Will Make America Stronger

Daniel Garza, Executive Director of The LIBRE Initiative, discusses how reforming our immigration laws to emphasize...

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Fix It Shorts #1: Crazy Red Tape and Rigid Rules: How Do We Fix It?

It's the biggest issue of the Presidential campaign that the candidates are not talking about: bloated government and...

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Why Schools? with Will Richardson

What is the goal of education? Do traditional school produce citizens that meet our goals? Scott and Tim discuss what...

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#60 Our World is Too Impersonal: How Do We Fix It?

When is the last time that you called a big company or government agency and a human being answered the phone?   From...

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