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    Voter Anger and the 2016 Presidential Election

    George Mason University hosted a symposium to honor the memory and scholarship of the late Susan Tolchin, a professor emerita in the institution’s Schar School of Policy and Government. Professor…

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    Charles Robb and Lynda Johnson Robb on Life in Public Service

    Former Governor Charles Robb (D-VA) and Lynda Johnson Robb, his wife and the daughter of President Lyndon Johnson, talked about life in public service and their memories of the Vietnam War.…

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    Lincoln Chafee Presidential Campaign Announcement

    Former Governor Lincoln Chafee (D-RI) announced his intention to seek the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination. He then spoke about his priorities as president should he be elected,…

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    Catholic Vote in the 2012 Election

    Religion and political scholars analyzed polling data and trends among Catholic voters in the 2012 election. The discussion, “The Catholic Vote in the 2012 Election,” was held by the Catholic…

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    Campaign 2008 and the Catholic Vote

    Panelists spoke about Catholic voting patterns and demographics, as well as predictions about how the Catholic vote would affect the outcome of the 2008 presidential election. They also…

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    The Nixon Pardon

    Professor Rozell delivered his paper titled, "In Defense of President Ford’s Pardon of Richard M. Nixon," and Professor Pederson delivered his paper, “Ford’s Pardon of Nixon: Machiavellian or…

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    Religion and Presidency: Modern Presidents, 1

    In a forum on religion and the presidency, the panelists focused on the modern presidents from Harry Truman to John Kennedy. After their presentations they answered audience members'…

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    Religion and the Presidency: 2004 Election

    The panelists talked about feelings about values and ethics that affected the 2004 presidential election. Topics included the variety of Catholic beliefs and votes, differences between…

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    Considering the Bush Presidency Panel

    Panelists talked about Considering the Bush Presidency, co-edited by Gary Gregg and Mark Rozell. The book, published by Oxford University Press, was the first scholarly review and analysis…

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    Presidential Records Act

    Witnesses testified about the Presidential Records Act of 1978, which declared presidential records to be federal property and placed them in the custody and control of the Archivist of the…

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    President Reagan and Congress

    As part of the symposium on President Reagan, scholars and former members of Congress described President Reagan’s relations with Congress. Topics included the president’s many vetoes of…

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    U.S. v. Nixon Symposium

    The panelists discussed the use of executive privilege since the Nixon era and how this privilege was not used regularly until President Clinton. They discussed examples of executive…

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    Executive Privilege

    The guest explained the concept of executive privilege and related it to current investigations of President Clinton. He also responded to audience telephone calls, faxes and electronic…

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    Executive Privilege in Clinton White House

    Panelists discussed the relationship between Congress and the White House since President Clinton took office. They discussed what executive privilege is and the instances in which it is…

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    Virginia Senatorial Debate

    Democrat Mark Warner debated incumbent Republican Senator John Warner in Hot Springs, Virginia. Professor Rozell moderated the debate in which the candidates made opening statements and…

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    Media Bias in Reporting on Congress

    The participants discussed the role of the media in reporting on the Congress. They analyzed the evolution of media bias and the need for fair journalism in Washington, D.C.

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    Secrecy, Government, and the Media

    Experts and members of the press spoke to the Richard Nixon Symposium at Hofstra University about the relationship between media and the government in the context of classified documentation. Specifically,…

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