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Keynote Address
Judith Rodin
President, University of Pennsylvania

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Affirmative Action and the Culture of Intolerance
Christopher Edley, Jr.
Professor of Law, Harvard University

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The Market, The State, and the Dynamics of Public Culture
Kevin Phillips
Editor and publisher of The American Political Report, syndicated columnist

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Immigration and the Fracturing of Community
Richard Rodriguez
Author, PBS Commentator

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Campaign Reform and the Failure of Leadership
Paul Taylor
Journalist, Organizer of "Free Time for Straight Talk"

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Professional Sports and Public Behavior
Richard Lapchick
Director, Center for the Study of Sport in Society

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The University and Public Behavior
Judith Rodin
President, University of Pennsylvania

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The Military and Public Behavior
Julius Becton, Jr.
Lt. General, U.S. Army (ret.)

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Government and Public Behavior
Bill Bradley
Former Senator, New Jersey

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Exemplary Discourse on Affirmative Action
Led by Drew Faust (University of Pennsylvania)
With the Membership of the Penn National Commission

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National Leadership and the Conversation on Race
William Gray and Ward Connerly
Moderated by Cass Sunstein (University of Chicago)

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National Leadership and the Conversation on Race
William Gray and Ward Connerly
Moderated by Cass Sunstein (University of Chicago)

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The Context of Public Discourse
Led by Robert Wiebe (Northwestern University)
With Jonathan Franzen, Samuel Popkin, Edward Rothstein and Richard Weisberg

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The Role of Institutions in Leading Civil Discourse
Led by Barry Munitz (President, J Paul Getty Trust)

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Creating a National Discourse: Truth and Reconciliation in South Africa
Led by Amy Gutmann (Princeton University)
With Alex Boraine, Vice Chair of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission

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Film and Discourse
Neal Gabler (Author)
Moderated by Judith Rodin

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Cybercommunity
Led by Larry Lessig (Harvard Law School)
with Julian Dibbell, Ken Deutsch, Marc Ewing

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Political Discourse
Led by Kathleen Hall Jamieson (Dean, Annenberg School for Communication)
with Paul Begala, Karl Rove, Tom Luce

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Discourse Programs
Led by Jay Rosen, New York University

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