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  • Intellectual Property Rights
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    Intellectual Property Rights

    Mr. Novak spoke about his recently completed study on intellectual property rights. He examined how the patents clause in the U.S. Constitution has made ideas and creativity the most…

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  • Corporations and Management
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    Corporations and Management

    Mr. Novak discussed the dilemmas faced by management in today’s corporations, beginning with his definition of what a corporation is. He also talked about corporate compensation, the…

    39 views
  • Washington Tuesday Journal
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    Washington Tuesday Journal

    Current news events and political issues were examined through reviews of the morning newspapers; interviews with journalists, newsmakers and legislators; and viewer telephone calls, faxes…

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  • Religion and Politics
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    Religion and Politics

    The participants discussed organized religion in the U.S. and its effect on politics and public policy. They also answered telephone questions from high school students from around the…

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  • Traditionalists Libertarians and Economists
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    Traditionalists, Libertarians, and Economists

    Participants focused on conservative political coalitions.

    144 views
  • Pop Culture and Society
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    Pop Culture and Society

    Mr. Medved, Professor Dates and Mr. Novak discussed the impact of popular culture on society, from influencing buying decisions to influencing behavior. They also responded to questions…

    119 views
  • Conservative Political Issues
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    Conservative Political Issues

    A number of well-known Washington conservatives spoke in a news conference to announce the creation of a new conservative think tank entitled, Empower America. The organization’s goal is to…

    36 views
  • The Spread of Pop Culture and US Interests
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    The Spread of Pop Culture and U.S. Interests

    Journalists and scholars discussed U.S. popular culture in a forum entitled, “Does the Spread of American Popular Culture Advance American Interests?” during a symposium on global pop culture.…

    621 views
  • Values and the 1992 Presidential Election
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    Values and the 1992 Presidential Election

    The American Enterprise Institute held a forum on the “values” issue in the 1992 presidential campaign. Panel members discussed the use of “family values” as a campaign theme of the Republican party, the use of…

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  • Social Welfare Programs in America
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    Social Welfare Programs in America

    Two government policy scholars responded to telephone callers' questions on the nation’s social welfare programs and their role in contemporary society. Earlier in the week, White House…

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  • SelfReliance and Community Responsibility
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    Self-Reliance and Community Responsibility

    The Brookings Institution, a nonprofit, nonpartisan think tank on public policy, held its 75th anniversary conference on public policy with invited speakers on U.S. domestic and foreign…

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  • Blacks Women  Jews  the Constitution
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    Blacks, Women & Jews & the Constitution

    A panel discusses Robert Goldwin’s new book, Why Blacks, Women, and Jews Are Not Mentioned in the Constitution, and Other Unorthodox Views.

    318 views
  • Immigration Issues
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    Immigration Issues

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  • Rainbow Roundtable
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    Rainbow Roundtable

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  • Nexus Between Religion and Public Policy
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    Nexus Between Religion and Public Policy

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  • Glasnost  the Soviet Union
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    Glasnost & the Soviet Union

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  • New Meaning of Poverty
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    New Meaning of Poverty

    Panelists discussed the defining factors of poverty. They answered audience questions.

    51 views