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    American Commonwealth

    Arthur Schlesinger talked about democracy in modern America following an introduction by former Prime Minister Thatcher, who talked about her admiration for Mr. Schlesinger’s writings. Mr. Schlesinger…

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    American Commonwealth

    Speaker of the House, Newt Gingrich R-Georgia, gave a speech at the University of London Institute of U.S. Studies. Speaker Gingrich talked about Republican Party accomplishments in the…

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    U.S.-British Relations

    Ambassador Crowe discussed the current state of U.S.-British relations and other issues of concern to both nations, including NATO expansion. After his remarks, he took questions from the…

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    The American Commonwealth

    Former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher spoke about the founding principles of the United States and the development of the modern democratic process. Other participants included,…

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    Ethics in U.S. and British Media

    Panelists participated in a forum entitled, “Across the Cultural Divide: Explaining Ourselves to Each Other” as part of a symposium titled, “The New World Order: The Role of the Media in the…

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    British Press Ethics

    Lord Wakeham, who chaired the Press Complaints Commission, spoke about his role in overseeing media adherence to its own code of conduct and explained some of the issues addressed by this code of…

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    Publishers and the Public Responsibility

    As part of a symposium entitled, “The New World Order: The Role of the Media in the United States and the United Kingdom,” the panelists discussed editorial policies, freedom of the press…

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    Government and the Press

    Panelists, including Bernard Ingham, Former Press Secretary to Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher discussed the relationship between the press and press officers of the U.K. and U.S. government. They…

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    The Right to Privacy

    As part of a symposium on “The New World Order: The Role of the Media in the United States and the United Kingdom,” journalists shared their thoughts on the legal right to privacy, saying…

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    Ethics of Investigative Journalism

    Discussion on the ethics of investigative journalism that was part of a symposium titled, “The New World Order: The Role of the Media in the United States and the United Kingdom.” Both U.S.…

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