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Presidential Lecture: Civil Liberties in Wartime

In the inaugural Presidential Lecture, University President Lee C. Bollinger invited Geoffrey Stone to discuss themes from his newly published book, Perilous Times: Free Speech in Wartime. The book analyzes the conflicts between civil liberties and national security during times of war and has received enthusiastic reviews from The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and The New Yorker. Following Stone’s presentation, President Bollinger led a panel discussion on issues including the effect of domestic security on civil liberties, free speech and the responsibility of the media.

 
Lee C. Bollinger

Lee C. Bollinger, moderator and president, Columbia University

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Geoffrey R. Stone

Geoffrey R. Stone, Harry Kalven Jr. Distinguished Service Professor of Law, University of Chicago

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Nancy Chang Floyd Abrams
 
Mary Jo White  

Panel Discussion:

Lee C. Bollinger; Geoffrey R. Stone; Nancy Chang, senior litigation attorney, Center for Constitutional Rights; Floyd Abrams, William J. Brennan Jr. Visiting Professor of First Amendment Issues, Columbia University; Mary Jo White, attorney, Debevoise & Plimpton L.L.P. and former U.S. attorney

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Production Number: 327
Shot: Nov 30, 2004
Published: Dec 06, 2004
Last modified: Jan 11, 2005