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Politics Unusual: Will Surging Outsiders Finally Make America Multipartisan?

Politics Unusual: Will Surging Outsiders Finally Make America Multipartisan?

Henry E. Brady, Lisa Garcia Bedolla, Bill Whalen, Richard "Dick" Beahrs

Event: Politics Unusual: Will 2016's Surging Outsiders Finally Make America Multipartisan?

Date: October 1, 2016 Duration: 81 minutes

Bill Whalen of the Hoover Institution joins Lisa García Bedolla and Henry E. Brady of UC Berkeley for an insightful look at what's ahead for the American body politic in this event sponsored by GSPP's Center on Civility & Democratic Engagement (CCDE).

The 20th Anniversary of Welfare Reform: Work and Poverty

The 20th Anniversary of Welfare Reform: Work and Poverty

Hilary Hoynes and Panelists

Date: September 22, 2016 Duration: 75 minutes

Professor Hilary Hoynes convened a conference at Brookings in DC to commemorate the 20th anniversary of welfare reform. This panel focusses on work and poverty.

Recommitting to Lincoln’s Vision An Educational Compact for the 21st Century

Recommitting to Lincoln’s Vision An Educational Compact for the 21st Century

Henry Brady, Dean of the Goldman School of Public Policy, University of California, Berkeley, Robert Birgeneau Chancellor Emeritus, University of California, Berkeley

Event: Lincoln Project

Date: September 8, 2016 Duration: 68 minutes

Public Research Universities: Recommitting to Lincoln’s Vision

Public Research Universities: Recommitting to Lincoln’s Vision

Robert J. Birgeneau, Henry E. Brady, Michael Nacht

Event: Public Research Universities: Recommitting to Lincoln's Vision

Date: September 8, 2016 Duration: 68 minutes

Robert Birgeneau and Henry Brady discuss the specific actions that public and private sectors need to take to ensure excellence in public universities.