How Do We Set the System Straight?
DePauw University, in Greencastle, Indiana, sponsored a forum on the American electoral system featuring members of the media, scholars,… read more
DePauw University, in Greencastle, Indiana, sponsored a forum on the American electoral system featuring members of the media, scholars, and elected officials who discussed the process through which America elects its leaders. In the panel entitled, “What Can We Do to Remedy the System?” panel participants discussed reform proposals that would make the electoral system elect better public officials. Following their prepared remarks, the panel participants responded to questions from the audience. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- Ken Bode Director DePauw University->Center for Contemporary Media
- Lloyd Cutler Chairman Commission Exec., Legis. and Jud. Salaries
- Alan Ehrenhalt Executive Editor Governing Magazine
- John H. Fund Editorial Writer Wall Street Journal
- Brooks Jackson Correspondent CNN
- Elaine C. Kamarck Senior Fellow Progressive Policy Institute
- L. Sandy Maisel Professor Colby College
- Ellen S. Miller Executive Director Center for Responsive Politics
- Christine Todd Whitman U.S. Senate Candidate [R] New Jersey
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