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David Kirp Discusses “Improbable Scholars” at the City Club of Cleveland

David Kirp Discusses “Improbable Scholars” at the City Club of Cleveland

Professor David Kirp

Date: April 4, 2014 Duration: 57 minutes

Professor David Kirp and City Club CEO Dan Moulthrop discuss the findings in Professor Kirp'slatest book, Improbable Scholars: The Rebirth of a Great American School System and a Strategy for America's Schools.

The Free Press vs. National Security: A False Choice? with Gary Pruitt

The Free Press vs. National Security: A False Choice? with Gary Pruitt

Gary Pruitt

Event: Richard and Rhoda Goldman School of Public Policy at UC Berkeley

Date: January 20, 2014 Duration: 49 minutes

‘Inequality is bad for everyone’: Robert Reich fights against economic imbalance

‘Inequality is bad for everyone’: Robert Reich fights against economic imbalance

Robert Reich, Paul Solman

Date: October 11, 2013 Duration: 6 minutes

Climate Change, Politics and the Economy: Rhetoric v. Reality

Climate Change, Politics and the Economy: Rhetoric v. Reality

Dan Kammen, Tom Steyer, Richard "Dick" Beahrs

Date: October 5, 2013 Duration: 90 minutes

Rapidly melting arctic ice, catastrophic hurricanes, devastating wildfires, and record-breaking drought—scientists agree that the climate is changing, that it’s human caused, and that it will undeniably be one of the most serious problems facing the world’s citizens for generations to come.  At the same time, they acknowledge that technologies to combat climate change do exist. How can we come together to address this challenge which has become a partisan political issue in the United States in a way it has not elsewhere in the world?