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Tag: Public Policy

The History of the Equal Rights Amendment: 3 Things You Should Know
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The History of the Equal Rights Amendment: 3 Things You Should Know

One thing people quite frequently ask is what laws is [the Equal Rights Amendment] going change. What do we need it for right this minute? The answer is, it’s not going change many laws right now, but that’s fine. It’s

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Bill Weld: The Future of the American Presidency
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Bill Weld: The Future of the American Presidency

(audience conversing in background) – Good afternoon, and welcome to the Rockefeller Center for our conversation with Governor Bill Weld, Governor and Presidential Candidate. We’re going to have a conversation for about 25 minutes, or a half an hour, after

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“Democracy at the Local Level: 25 Years of Lessons and Some Questions”
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“Democracy at the Local Level: 25 Years of Lessons and Some Questions”

[ Silence ]>>So, good afternoon ladies and gentlemen. We’re a little pressed for time, there’s a lot of things going on this afternoon, so I want to get started. It’s so nice to see so many folks in the building

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Should You Be Forced to Vote?
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Should You Be Forced to Vote?

[Music] many people believe low voter turnout is a problem as a solution some advocate mandatory voting their mandatory voting laws in other countries like Australia which require citizens to vote or face a fine or punishment are these laws

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Poetry, Democracy & the Hope of Sounds | Diane Raptosh | TEDxBoise
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Poetry, Democracy & the Hope of Sounds | Diane Raptosh | TEDxBoise

Translator: Janet Paton Reviewer: Tanya Cushman Hello everybody, poetry lovers all of you. I know. It’s so great to be here. So, I’m the granddaughter of Sicilian peasants. My maternal grandfather, Giuseppe Cardinale, would read an English dictionary at night,

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You probably don’t know this about U.S. elections | HKS Professor Alex Keyssar
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You probably don’t know this about U.S. elections | HKS Professor Alex Keyssar

[Announcer] Harvard Kennedy School presents three things you didn’t know about U.S. elections. Number one. There is no right to vote in the U.S. Constitution. [Keyssar] It was not in the original Constitution. It was not in the Bill of

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Our democracy no longer represents the people. Here’s how we fix it | Larry Lessig | TEDxMidAtlantic
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Our democracy no longer represents the people. Here’s how we fix it | Larry Lessig | TEDxMidAtlantic

Translator: Milenka Okuka Reviewer: Mile Živković So, it turns out exactly a year ago, right now, right this minute, a year ago in Hong Kong, an extraordinary protest began. Protest begun by students, literally, high school and college students, elementary

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4 Rules For Achieving Peace and Justice | Bryan Stevenson
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4 Rules For Achieving Peace and Justice | Bryan Stevenson

I want to affirm how you don’t have to be embarrassed to say I’m trying to change the world. I think we can change the world. And I have a simple little prescription. I think there are four things that

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