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    Social Security Reform Part 3

    Members of the first and second panels took questions from a demographically selected audience. They examined the principles for Social Security reform and various alternatives,…

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    Social Security Reform Part 2

    Ms. Ifill moderated a discussion among scholars of the problems facing Social Security. They examined how the system can be changed to uphold benefit promises, including some…

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    Role of Presidential Debates

    Panelists talked about the rules of debate for future presidential debates. This was part of symposium to review the 1996 debates and plan for the debates in 2000 in terms of format…

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    U.S. Governmental Innovations

    Current and former winners of governmental innovation awards discussed reforms they have implemented to make governmental organizations more efficient. They focused on issues such as…

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    African-Americans and the Media

    Panelists discussed how the media portrays African-Americans and whether there is still a need for African-American media organizations to portray African-Americans in a fairer…

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    Campaign 1996

    The Kalb Report: Campaign 1996

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    Presidential Politics

    Ms. Ifill talked about the upcoming 1996 primary calendar and Republican presidential politics.

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    Coarsening of American Culture

    Journalists talked about whether U.S. society is moving away from values such as a strong work ethic, self-discipline, altruism and belief in a common good. They also discussed…

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    News Review

    Journalists discussed the release of helicopter pilot Bobby Hall and its political implications for the Clinton administration and Rep. Gingrich’s new book deal advance.

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    Public Policy and the Press

    The panelists discussed old media and new media and if there is a difference. Following their remarks they answered questions from the audience.

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